Monday, July 06, 2015

Post card from Toronto

Well, Toronto is a big city, full of people from all over the world and such a contrast to the west coast of Canada where our tour ended. To its credit, Toronto has many historic buildings and we are staying in one.  To its detriment it does not have preserved streetscapes. Nevertheless, it is a great city to visit. Thankfully, it is a bit cooler than where we have been in the provinces of British Columbia and Alberta. I, who is not an excitable type, is somewhat excited about seeing Niagara Falls tomorrow.

12 comments:

  1. Lovely to see a post from you, glad you are having an awesome time! ;)

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  2. Avoid barrels.... and tightropes.

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  3. Looking forward to the photos Andrew.

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  4. Lovely to hear from you - and I am getting excited about Niagra with you. And smiling at Jac's comment. Of course.

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  5. Toronto is quite close to Guelph, where my friend Delores lives. (She who began the words for Wednesday meme)
    How far is Niagara Falls from Toronto? I'm looking forward to photos of the falls.

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  6. Oh, there it is. I found it on my map.

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  7. Wow, so am waiting for Niagara Falls. Take care!!

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  8. I have a cat internet friend in Toronto. She is an architect and plays hockey too.

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  9. People say that Toronto, Boston and Portland are like Melbourne while Vancouver, San Francisco and Seattle are more like Sydney. What do you think, so far?

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  10. Good to see a post and know you are alright. Enjoy the falls...Margare in Alice

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  11. A friend of mine just came back from Toronto where she visited her son. She told us quite a lot about this city. I loved the Niagara Falls on the Canadian side, what an unforgettable adventure !

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