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... and we were finally released into the Land of the Free.
Our onward flight to Toronto was from a different Terminal. We re-checked our bags onto Delta Airlines and took the splendidly efficient Airtrain on an aerial tour of JFK's terminals before checking in at Terminal 2. Delta has a relaxed, almost archaic way of dealing with its short hop flights - they are all boarded through one Gate. Down a murky plastic walkway to be met by various city ...
... my first Timbit with tea, and yes, Emily Barbour, I now finally understand how good they are. Not sure if I can send you some through Customs, but I’ll give it a go. Later, I went to a BBQ organised by some of my fellow Coop members. It was really nice, although getting the food ready was a bit of a mission...Doing what men do best, Alex and some other guys instigated a game of football, which later evolved into attempts to show their manly athletic prowess through ...
... and amazing world and I can't think of better people to see it with than my wife and kids. We have seen a lot and I look forward to our next adventure when I get to see them see things for the first time. That is worth the price of a plane ticket.
And for those that are not parents...travel. Grab a bud and go. See the world.
I attach only one pic to this entry. A fitting end to this trip.
Until the next ...
... into the Distillery District.
Could have ridden I guess, but there is something to be said for having boots on the ground. The city changes feel from block to block, the pavement changes, even the smell changes. All things that are never noticed in a car, and even hard to notice on a motorcycle.
Coffee from Balzacs. It's quite good. Cookie not quite up to the one from Bang Bang.
One thing I've noticed is that CCTV cameras are typically called out. It's ...
... team. Nearby Roundhouse Park, a fitting stop for a group on a train trip across Canada, provides a glimpse into the impact of railways on the development of Toronto, as well as the vast expanses of land to the west.
We also discovered a local historian of renown who has agreed to provide a walking tour through St. Lawrence Market, ranked by National ...