Gloucester Square Inns - Rundle and Gallow Mansions
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... prices, to put it in some context. Anyway, Sunday was spent walking around downtown Toronto with Trina - it was great to have a local of hand to give some background and history to the places we were seeing. We went to distillery district, a really cool neighborhood where old distillery buildings have been renovated and repurposed (the name really gives it away doesn't it?) There are lots of shops and cafes, but also artist workspaces and galleries that are open for people ...
... I did the Hornblower boat tour - which is just the Maid of the Mist tour but with a new contractor who won the Canadian side tours with a bid of $500 million for the next 50 years. The power of the water sends your rain jacket up over your head and you are practically breathing water with all the mist around. We got really close to the Horseshoe Falls and the water was just roiling and fizzing - quick the experience. We had about three hours in Niagara ...
... at the form and it seemed to be to do with bringing goods into the country. I showed it to Wills but in fairness he was probably more interested in what was going on with the president in the West Wing. I made the decision not to fill out the form.
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... Michele (went to a Mex take out place down the street and brought it back to the office).
Went back to HitGrab office on Friday. Bryan took me, Dave and Michele out to lunch at a BBQ place that was very good!
Had a very nice chat with Bryan while waiting for Jacob to get a print out of my fav Realm Ripper which he autographed for me.
Left Saturday morning and went to Chris Fidler's in Fonthill, ON, ...