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03/31/14 11:33 - ID#58847
Day 2 of Tronno
Next we walked down to the lake to hang out, stopping at the antique aka hoarder mart. It literally smelled like cat ladies and hoarders in this giant warehouse. The actual public market looked way more awesome but it was closed.
The galleria of hoarding and estate sales
Handy commemorative Afghanistan rug(Route of (?) with help of America and Britain?)
The actual market
(e:paul) and I climbed this - we almost didn't make it back down
Someone hit the car in the garage and ditched, but a lady saw and left a note. So lame but it was only a scratch so whatever
I drove back for part of the way and there was only one near casualty. Gonna be a pro at this rate.
I really liked going away for the weekend. Toronto is so close, and always has stuff going on so I don't know why we don't think of it more. Is it because there's no cell phone service for us?
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03/31/14 11:26 - ID#58844
Afternoon in Toronto
The Westin hotel was super nice and only a mile away from Sound Academy. I don't understand why check in isn't an automated process by now though, it was so packed.
I hadn't been to Toronto since 2007, I think. It's crazy how many more towers and how much further and bigger their downtown has gone since then. They definitely don't think twice about knocking down the old for the new - how could you when you're that big?
Downtown Toronto is really overwhelming. There's so much going on at once trying to get your attention, like noise and advertising that it gives me the same feeling of walking around the crowded Galleria or Walmart.
Tallest penthouse in Canada - coming soon for only $18mil
It took us forever to decide where to eat but we ended up at this Thai/bar place on Yonge Street. I had the green curry which was okay. No idea what the restaraunt was actually called
A little Christmas tree with bedazzeled gifts
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- going out