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We got to our hotel in Toronto around 9:00pm and were bush tired from the long drive from Detroit and the flat boring 4 hour drive. We stayed at the Stay Inn- Etobicoke hotel just outside of Toronto. Overall the hotel was good. It did look like it was somewhat from the Brady Bunch era, but it was okay for us. Our room was kinda small especially with the giggling going on in bed. HAHA!
... After a wee sleep on the river bank, I went to meet my hosts downtown to see a hilarious French language film at the Toronto International Film Festival called Quai D'Orsay (sort of like Yes Minister). I also saw Jim Moriarty from Sherlock, but figured he probably gets pestered a lot for being so cool so I completely ignored him.
Dinner was at a tapas restaurant called Carmen. Any and all of the seven dishes we ordered could have probably made ...
... had stolen her boarding pass. Haha was almost an incident but surprise surprise was in her purse of course all resolved by a big round of we d
Told you so from the security ladies lol
Nothing left but to have our starbucks and get on board
Let the adventur begin, next up the airport 100 meter dash at Charlotte
... lunch from home. The building was extremely HUGE, full of voices & talking and business people.
In Kensington Market we went to a video game store that even had Epic Mickey & the Power of 2 for me to look at for a while. There was also a mime that we walked by and Alec and I were very awed about it. Then on our way back our TTC group went back to school.
And happy & Happy Face. ...
... is just finally understanding some basics. By this afternoon we will meet my aunt in Bogota, Colombia, and soon enough my grandparents, uncles, and cousins. A million thoughts and feelings fly around both our heads, what awaits us in this new land? How will we get by? All I know is we will both try as best we can to gain new perspective, learn as much as we can, and experience this country, it's people, and my family to the fullest. Wish us luck, we just might need it!