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... with fresh steaks as rich in colour as royal red. Time to try a little as the butch had tastes of there meat cooked to your order. It was like butter melting in your mouth this rump steak. Tie for the seafood I could smell but not see yet. With a queue of about 30 people at the counter ordering that's a sign of good food and fresh. So 15 minutes later I ask for the favourite thing the girl on the till liked and I trust her discussion. 8 dollars handed over and a plate with a mix ...
One too many microbrewery beers last night.. Went exploring round Toronto, Roisin took us to a breakfast diner that served up a great eggs Benedict that was cheap as chips. Then walked with Roisin as she took us downtown through Kensington a hippie suburb and Chinatown, passed lots of houses that had been converted into indie shops. Arrived in the financial district where we went to ...
... etc. I'm not a very good liar, so I was glad that I didn't have any cause for worry.
Howard and Margaret live in a very English-feeling 80-year-old brick home, with a 100-ft-tall elm in the back yard, stained glass in the landing window, and beautiful wood wainscoting on the first floor. They've lived there for nearly 50 years.
They had invited me to go to their book group meeting with them that night, and luckily I got there ...
... and Electricity tycoon, he went bust and the whole place ended up being taken over by the City ... who gave it to the Kiwanis club (something vaguely like Rotary) in the area who have run it as a tourist attraction ever since.
It is furnished with period stuff, and shows just what life was like for the wealthy in Edwardian Canada ... bloody great!
The owner had a huge Bathroom, with a flush toilet ...
... ISLAND and CONNECTICUT. We had plans to drive down to the car drop off point at JFK via Long Island. Unfortunately we miscalculated the length of the island so we've written that idea off and spent the last few hours attempting to find the last two onesies. From Florida up to Toronto across to Maine and back down to New York, our mission was to find four onesies! We hunted for the perfect four outfits to wear on Christmas Day in what felt like every Walmart, JC Penny, Macy's, ...
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