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... He told us that Canadians were a lot nicer and friendlier than Americans, but were more reserved and quiet so often come across as rude. Well that was definitely our experience with Canadians - street people anyway, everyone else was lovely. We passed a shoe store with a winter boot sale - perfect timing for me as the streets of Toronto definitely aren't as well kept as Chicago. With snow and a lot of slush everywhere, my Nikes were getting feral and wet. I f I n a l ...
... has become much colder. Yesterday was the coldest day so far and it was minus 17 and with the windchill it was minus 30 degrees. The water (Lake Ontario) down at the foreshore was partly frozen but the
sun was shining! An extreme cold weather alert is called when the temperature drops below minus 15 degrees and then the city opens warming centres for homeless people to shelter in. Not sure where the centres are but I'm sure they are appreciated. There are a lot of ...
... the way - with a few Canadian vs The Americans stories. The history was over my head but chuckled at a few of his sarcastic quips.
Arrived with the threat of rain later in the day, a bit gusty but was quite warm - huh! Didn't need the jacket!!
While we had been driving to Niagara Brendon had asked who was doing the Hornblower ( was Maid of the Mist) - I had been weighing up wether to do the boat or helicopter ride. After ...
... us all take a moment for nostalgia about Freshers week…
Thankfully, I survived the stampede of student wildebeest as the college fraternities travelled together in packs, with an alpha female or male leading the herd towards their iced tea watering holes. I polished the day off with a very tasty free bbq courtesy of the Graduate Student's Union-cheers Toronto Uni!
Until next time, adios. Much love to all of you from Toronto.
It was very crowded with visitors and the interior had a 1920s feel. Some of the original family still live in the city.