Toronto Downtown Bed & Breakfast
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... 60s when they were built.
It was a short 1 hr flight. You ...
... are. Haven’t found out my Canadian ancestry yet, but I’m working on it. There’s also a library in the Royal Ontario Museum. It’s a bit surreal walking past the magnificent Chinese statues and stuffed animals to go and work! I’m also living out Canadian stereotypes by writing an essay about maple syrup! That’s right, maple syrup! I’m basically talking about how it defines Canadian nationalism, so can’t get ...
... driving, accompanied by my Sat Nav, Thomasina. Unfortunately, she didn't know that part of the M56 was closed, and it took me two hours to arrive back at my starting point. Fortunately I got hold of Sarah on the phone and she was able to give me a new route and I arrived in Reading at 6:00 p.m. to spend two nights with Rosaleen in her new, and lovely, flat with a view of the Thames, including ducks and swans.
August 4th - off to London on the train ...
In preparation for the flight I had downloaded both Anchor Man movies and the second in the Hobbit trilogy, which was unfortunate as I hadn't seen the first episode.
Aargh! Our first foray into North America with Air Canada resulted in our first case of a lost case, while waiting at baggage reclaim Nikki heard her name being called. The airport staff apologised and assured us that the missing case was already en-route and expected at 10pm, we gave them our hotel details and ...
We started our sightseeing of Toronto at the Hockey Hall of Fame. This was really interesting, very informative and also interactive for the kids. Steve and I had our photo taken with the Stanley Cup ....not the original, but the one that will be presented when the Stanley Cup is decided. From there we went to the St Lawrence Market... A good meat and food market for ...