The Hazelton Hotel
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... bus so utilised the nearby park bench to continue the card game. It was getting tense with each of us having our fair share of winning and loosing. Half way through a round the bus pulled up. Jigsy claimed victory (prematurely!) and we headed into the centre for a treat at Nandos. We met bob on route and made our way through the double doors to the chicken shack, greeted at the door by the waitress asking"have you ever been to a Nandos before?" ...
... was very me! Lots of art, cool thrift shops, music being played through every inch of every street, SO much food! It was awesome, it reminded me very much of Camden. That evening a pub crawl had been arranged by the hostel, which I wasn't sure on, but after a few beers I decided to go. The first pub was wicked, there was some live bands which is always fun. So to cut the story short, we went to more bars, got very drunk. Later on, I decided to walk home, I knew how to get back to ...
Up early to have breakfast and be ready for airport shuttle at 8:30am. This will be a long sit-in-the-airport day. We have an 8 hour layover in Toronto. Fly overnight to Copenhagen to arrive 10:30am (their time). I think we are 6 hours behind Copenhagen.
4:30pm: Halfway through our layover in Toronto. It ...
... this group could prevent them from qualifying, and I believe they are the team with the worst luck this time around. The Americans have a never-die attitude and with Klinsmann leading their charge, they will perform admirably but I just cannot see them pass Germany or Cristiano Ronaldo.
Group H... Belgium, Russia, Algeria and Korea Republic
The highly rated Belgium comes into this World Cup as one of the favourites to lift the trophy. The ...
... and even came back in the morning to make pancakes!! I'd offered to volunteer at the Really Really Free market so we spent the day helping organise the donations and talking with other volunteers.
The Really Really Free market is an idea that started in San Francisco. People bring in donations of clothes, books, toys, anything and anyone is welcome to take what they need. Leftovers at the end of the day are distributed around a variety of charities.