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Sitting at the Ossington drinking a Cobblestone Milk Stout. Very creamy beer. Poured right too. Another proper drinking establishment. Tunes chosen by the bar tenders tonight and just loud enough to drown out the rest of the patrons. Nice seat by the window to watch what is going on outside.
Jonnie-Lynn, the bar tender at two doors down in Halifax, recommended that I check out this area on Ossington between Dundas and Queen. I picked up a map at a bicycle shop ...
beautifully executed B grade tackiness that has encompassed Niagara.
So I suggest, if you get the chance, travel
to The Falls, order a burger from one of the many ‘cookie cutter’ chain
restaurants then spend the rest of the day walking along the boardwalk
photographing the Falls and soaking up the amazing achievements of both nature
and man, you’ll need to do this to help move that burger through anyway…
... a new position to sleep in or a new way to look out the window but always providing a different perspective that I would have missed.
I liked the way that that you embraced the adventure, from crawling around in a cave with blind crickets to your first time seeing and perfecting your firefly hunting skills using a baggy with kids you had never met before. You even managed to perfect your flips into the pool...
Somethings worked like using oil from Bugzy to start our ...
... from the centre there as it is so cool and fascinating! I took lots of pictures for them instead lol! ... On the way back to the hostel I did some Souvenir and gift shopping adding a new member to my travel family Moosey the Canadian Moose .., I was going to go and watch a baseball game (not that I have much knowledge of the game, thought it might be pretty cool to do! ) but as was struggling to keep my eyes open decided instead to have a relaxing night at the hostel ...
... li>Coloured shoes were banned in NBA games in 1980s and Michael Jordan was a rebel who insisted on wearing coloured shoes and was willing to pay the $5000 fine each time