Novotel Toronto Vaughan Centre
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... idiot again at the happy congruence of the day. The walking sign flashed up and we crossed the street and, in a rush, the man recited his poem. Something about roses and dark spectres in the eyes of a woman. For once, I wasn't overtly embarrassed by his display of earnestness in my British way, but rather enjoyed listening to him. I wondered if he really had written the stanzas or was passing some obscure thing off as his own. Then, if he had written it, I wondered who ...
... a short a time I get a message from a true friend for life that was up for meeting. A couple minutes later this blonde smiling and giggle girl walked in with a smile and hug. Then the drink order, yes a beer she hasn't changed at all. Over the next hour we catches up on what's been happening with friends and family and work. I felt a little like old times but we have grown up a lot in that time. My other friend ...
I've arrived at my gate with a short stop at duty free to pick up some maple syrup for my host family. I can't believe how fancy the international gates have gotten. If I wasn't headed to Peru I could have picked up a Michael Kors purse and a Coach wallet at duty free. But I thought now wasn't the best time. And check out the seating with personalized iPads for all at the gate. Next stop: San Salcador, ...
Every year Toronto hosts the 'Doors Open' event when many historical, public, architectural, and religious buildings are opened for free admission to the public. I had only been once before in 2008 when I visited many of the buildings clustered around the downtown core where I was living at the time.