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... his belly, so he appeared to be no desperado seeking alms. I'll call him "Buddy". We returned his greeting and continued west towards the old-style restaurant where we had eaten 'breakfast' the day before. This was the direction to the shop selling the Metro Passes. As we shiver-walked through the freezing air along Queen, we found the outlet we were seeking, which was basically a convenience store. The metro passes are scratchies, and you mark off the month and date so they could ...
... when Bill closed the suitcase and tried to lift it, realizing that it was overweight (by 25 lbs), so we had to resort to two bags. Not ideal, but not a disaster. It just adding more precious time to our departure. Eventually we made it to the subway stop and were on our way by 5:15.
The first bus at Kipling was too full, but the next one arrived shortly thereafter and left promptly for the airport.
We had some frustration and ...
... food, polished off with a tasty apple
tart. Christmas had definitely come early! I’m not ashamed to say I made the most of this
opportunity, going up for a second round. It was amazing, done by a
professional chef and everything! It was nice just to chill and enjoy the
company of fellow international students!
Then last night, I went for a second thanksgiving meal with
the legends from the Christian Varsity Fellowship ...
... from our camping space and how long it would take. It seems that everywhere we were traveling there was road construction and those kind do roads on a scooter are ******* the bum. It was rush hour traffic and with the big events downtown it made for a long, hot, muggy ride to Dundas Square, the heart of the theater district. This looked a lot like a smaller Times Square with lots of large advertising screens everywhere, street performers, a splash pad type area, and just loads ...
... perhaps in the Lake? And Humber College is on a river (the Humber River, of course) that feeds into the Lake ... oh deer!
There were also some minor stuff from the Classical and Pre-Classical Aegean, from Syria, Nubia (Kush), Rome and Byzantium ... nothing outstanding, it's not a national museum, after all, and Canada doesn't quite have the hordes of hugely rich robber ...