Tag Archives: Toronto

Cuba Bound

We are off on our trip to Cuba to go scuba diving that got rescheduled from the spring of 2020. The flight from Edmonton to Toronto was uneventful. Overnighted in Toronto at the Sheraton Gateway Hotel in Terminal 3. Staying … Continue reading

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Last Dive on Bonaire and Homeward Bound

Eighty minutes into our last dive I realize I still have 1,000 lbs. of air. I have done 90-minute dives a few times but with that much air I could do 100. Debbie and I have a short conversation using … Continue reading

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Saturday in Toronto

After packing up, checking out and stowing our bags with the Conceriege, we head out for our last day in Toronto. We go in search of breakfast and locate a small breakfast shop specializing in eggs. We consume large breakfasts … Continue reading

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Toronto Retrospective

I heard that the “east” has been having a hard time of it since the economic downturn of 2008. I don’t see any sign of hard times in Toronto. The city looks like it is booming. There are dozens of … Continue reading

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Friday in Toronto

The plan for today is to walk south towards the water and east towards the St Lawrence Market and then circle around and about. As we walk towards the Distillery and the St Lawrence Market, we notice a definite lack … Continue reading

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Day 2 Toronto

Another day of walking the streets of a big city. North west is the direction of the day. Breakfast for me is the cold pizza that we had left over from last night. Debbie opts for a power bar and … Continue reading

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Next Stop, Toronto

On Sunday we were in Lethbridge. Today is Wednesday, so it must be Toronto! We are up early this morning to catch our 8 am flight to Toronto. Everything goes off without a hitch. We even time the express bus … Continue reading

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Every year Debbie and I lay out a household budget that is suppose to include what we expect to spend. It includes everything on tap for the entire year. New carpet, medical expenses, car repairs and gas, food and anything … Continue reading

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