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... we had our own space in a ground floor condo on the harborfront (no water views though). I had arranged an early check in at 11:00 am, but we were kept waiting for 2 hours before being let in, which was really annoying and disappointing. We lost a lot a time, so by the time we dropped our bags off and walked to King/Queen St. for lunch it was 2:30-3:00 pm. We must have been a bit far west for the cafes that were supposed to be in abundance, as it was slim pickens ...
... with all of them! This afternoon we are looking at six more apartments so hopefully one of those will be perfect.
Joe started work on the Monday after we arrived and I continued my exploration of Toronto and joined the TNC (Toronto Newcomers Club) on a tour of a down town district followed by lunch. The ladies I have met so far have been very welcoming and there are heaps of activities arranged each month so I certainly won't get bored.
We spent ...
... two weeks, and more exams on the horizon, it ain’t
easy. But here’s to a challenge eh? Fall break is fast approaching, where they
kindly give us two days off. I’m heading to Quebec, and am very excited about
that. I’ll keep you updated when I eventually re-emerge from my library cocoon.
Keep the news coming, I love hearing from you guys. Much love from the land of maple syrup and doughnuts,
... 8217;t the opposition get the ball, so there was lots of tackling and stopping the clock. Consequently, in the breaks, the North Americans did what they do best, cheerleading, mascots and prize giveaways! Our mascot, a beaver, was breaking out some cracking moves, which would go down well in a Leamington club scene, I’m sure. The cheerleaders kept goading us into shouting DEFENSE! at random intervals, and I obliged, yelling COME ON THE ...
... square was the OMNI tv studios, also part of the 'Doors Open' event, but the lines to get in meant I'd have to give up on visiting anything else today.
After lunch I took the subway to Dupont station, the ugliest station in Toronto, to visit Spadina House next to Casa Loma. The famous castle like Casa Loma was built by ...
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