King George III Inn
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... you can almost feel the colours. It really was remarkable, and that was just the drive from the airport!
After checking in, Laetisha took herself to bed while I went and explored the city of Toronto. It's an easy city to walk and so much to see and do. I didn't realise that it was as large as it is, nor did I know it has over five shopping malls in the one small stretch of Yorge ...
... a huge plate of spinach leaves with some chicken. Tonight was pub crawl night. I signed up for tonight thinking if I'm going to go out, might as well do it this night. I think about 40 of the 52 bus members came. So it was a good chance to mix with some new people. It also made it very clear who the people are on the bus get just want to party. The rest of us were pretty amused just people watching. There are a few standout people to people watch in the ...
... are currently hosting the TIFF - a big film festival and apparently their are lots if celebrities wandering about and occasionally huge queues of people waiting to spot them, however, even with Andy's extensive Daily Mail reading we are not confident that we would recognise anyone! We are off for dinner up the CN tower tonight, watching a BlueJays baseball game tomorrow and off to Niagara the day after. We will keep you posted. Love ...
... the rest of the night, he keep having similar dreams and had to convince himself that it was the Ambien talking, not reality. Thank goodness he didn’t leave the building (although that was apparently part of his original plan as well) or actually try to enter anyone’s room. Otherwise, breakfast might not have been quite so cheerful.
And breakfast was cheerful. We shared the table with two men from Pittsburgh and a older couple from Toronto plus their ...
Today we headed off to find the Bata Shoe museum, Holly wanted to get a postcard and a key ring from their to say she saw it but was happy not to actually go to the museum. It took a subway and a cable car ride to find it but we got there in the end! Nothing exciting unless your obsessed with the history of shoes! Off next to the St.Lawrence Market on Dundas And Front Street. Started at the Farmers market which is ...
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