It's hard to believe that only an hour away by plane is a fantastically and gloriously beautiful city that has an amazing amount to offer. A city that has the charm of Europe but the ease of America.
I just got back from my Toronto extended weekend. How glorious. It had been 18 years since my last visit. Much has changed. Much for the good.
We stayed in a wonderful B&B called A Seaton Dream
. It was out of the way from the bustle of downtown but close enough to catch the stunningly-easy-to-maneuver public transportation that dropped us anywhere we wanted to be.
The food, oh, the food. Delicious and far less expensive than one would think. Stand outs: Omi
sushi, Terroni on Queen West
, Colborne Lane
. Not a bad one in the bunch. Plus a fantastic neighborhood bar called The Cobourg
It was wonderful catching up with my old friend Diane. Plus lunch with my cousins was just amazing. I expected to see only one of them but all three came out and brought some great company. My commented as to how much nicer this side of my family is. I agree.
We had such a good time that we plan on returning in the Fall. I suggest that everyone does. Later.