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... had been very involved in the organisation of the visit. The royal couple visited an island off Toronto to unveil some plastic "tulip" chairs. We caught a water taxi to the island and waited for the royal couple and our friend and her husband to arrive along with the usual entourage! I took lots of photos and Queen Maxima ( from Argentina) was gorgeous.
We have hired a car on a couple of occasions to explore some areas outside Toronto. One day we drove to a small town an ...
The Aga Khan Museum and Ismaili centre are separated by a public park. A major feature is the reflection pool to highlight the architecture of both buildings.
Entrance to the Ismaili Centre was by guided tours ...
... not sure how long I could stand it but we went to the main street (Queen Street) and turned a corner. After a few hundred metres I saw a little dingy looking place with a sign saying "restaurant" and the word 'coffee' somewhere. We headed in. This place was very old school. Dark timbers, red vinyl booths, and a grey haired man with a moustache and vest. We were happy to be out of the cold. The man was not terribly friendly at first and I had to ask some stupid questions. "May we ...
... I have no idea how she did that as I could not taste it at all. We went out for dinner in the evening to a very nice local pub.
August 13th - we visited a village called Little Slaughter, where Fiona had a holiday with her father, many years ago. Children on ponies...sheep..very tranquil. Then off to a National Trust property, with beautiful gardens. I have continued my daily running.
August 14th - farewells, and I went up to London on ...
... we headed home for lunch.
Beth's parents are Uncle Vaughn and Aunty Jackie, and she has two brothers - the oldest 'Nate' (Nathan) and the younger Josh. Ashley Pryer came around after lunch (she's the coordinator for my conference group, and we're gluten free buddies!) The others wanted to nap so us three girls popped into the grocery store before heading to Sherman Falls, where we spent more time ...
Other places to stay in Toronto
Woodbine Corridor, Toronto | 2 star motelfrom $122
Downtown, Toronto | 4 star motelfrom $59
West Toronto, Toronto | 2 star motelfrom $76
- So much for all Canadians being nice!
Cliffcrest, Toronto | Motelfrom $58