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... rang and guess what? My jersey and toque were delivered! Talk about perfect timing! I almost, almost brought the jersey with me! Wedding reception dress perhaps?! But no, I'll let my Dad wear it! Hopefully the brief moment I was able to wear and enjoy it will bring the boys good luck tonight against the U.S. and then all the way to Gold!! And again, welcome to my road to ...
... his words add water that's about it. Had a little laugh about it. Then it hit me that I have to say bye soon to these two good friends of mine plus monty. Before catching the GO trains back to the big city of Toronto we make a few small stops at the dam that powers the whole of the eastern seaboard of America and the dam that powers the east coast of Canada. Above which there are some of the most beautiful gardens and landscapes man made I've ever ...
... tires for barricades and anti Putin displays.
Bloor St was closed from Jane to Runnymede stations. There were lots of interesting ethnic vendors.
Just after 11 the parade was due to begin and the rain ...
... 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 ...
... the old town admiring the streets and buildings. One memorable experience in Quebec City was I had the best burger I have had so far on the trip. A chunky beef burger with salad, goats cheese and relish. Mmmmm. I don't know what you were talking about all this time Kayne, I thought that Toronto was nowhere near as much of a **** hole as you made it out to be. It has a little bit of everything, Melbourne, New York and Monaco. Also the Chinatown in Toronto was the ...