Toronto Downtown Bed & Breakfast
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... afternoon so I could see the last half of the womens cycling and first half of mens.
As I'm overlooking the Humber Bridge I could see the roads backed up on the QEW Highway and The Queensway for the all day events. Fortunately my location gave me very easy access to everything.
... arrived at a little
cafe where we had a cup of tea. On route up here we met and got chatting to a
few nice people who were mainly tourists just like ourselves.
here at the top of the island were some good signs that made us laugh and we
soon discovered what they meant. They said "No clothes necessary
beach" so in other words a nudist beach!! Sadly it was simply too cold to
swim in these waters today and so we turned back and headed for the ferry.
I hadn't planned to start blogging this soon into the trip, but I now find myself in Toronto International Airport with a three hour layover and free iPad access. How very civilized of the Canadians!
The journey actually began yesterday when I took the bus from Banbridge down to Dublin Airport. Although my flight wasn't until this morning, I really didn't fancy the idea of having to get up around 4am and arrange a lift ...
... heard good things about my stage time and he said "if you're ever in Nova Scotia come visit" ... Well I was visiting Halifax the following year and I did follow up on the invitation. As they say the rest is history except that we immediately bonded and the next years resulted in my visiting whenever I was in NS. I will share more of our friendship later but suffice to say we have a mutual gratification ...
... They've had it since they first got here almost 2years ago and we managed to break it after only 2nights (sorry!). But anyway, that forced us out of bed and we headed back down to the harbour side via Kensington market (with a spectacular array of fake football shirts). We stopped at a little astro turfed area with sun loungers, ice creams in hand, when hordes of children with loud voiced Canadian camp leaders came from every direction. A ...