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St. Lawrence Market and Canoe

Today is the day that we go to St. Lawrence Market and Canoe, we didn't really have a whole lot planned for today.

The St. Lawrence Market is an insane mob on Saturdays, don't go there. The breakfast we had was kind of gross. There was a string quartet which was nice, and I bought some fresh juice, carrot-apple-ginger, and that was gross too.

Soon, there was a soprano opera singer on stage. It was terrible so we got out of there.

Owen bought a coat at Winners and I bought some champagne that was supposed to drown out the taste of the terrible drink that I bought. However, I did not have time to drink it so I had to carry the Spumante Bambino all the way back to Ottawa. *eyeroll*

We wandered around some more, went back to the room an got ready for dinner. It was Earth Hour and Canoe is at the top of Toronto. We thought we would see some of the lights being turned out, but it wasn't that dramatic.

Tonight, there happened to be a seven course tasting menu, with lots of wine, explained to us by actual winery reps. By the end of the meal, my flavour capacity was full to the extreme top and I could not understand what those wine reps were saying anymore. If you want a good time in Toronto, this is definitely the place to come. Make sure you check Canoe out.

String quartet at St. Lawrence Market

String quartet at St. Lawrence Market


St. Lawrence Market

St. Lawrence Market


Me vs. toast

Me vs. toast


Me vs. St. Lawrence Market

Me vs. St. Lawrence Market


St. Lawrence Market

St. Lawrence Market


Nectarines

Nectarines


Plums

Plums


Getting the juice

Getting the juice


Pineapples

Pineapples


Garlic

Garlic


Ribs

Ribs


Skinny building

Skinny building


Owen vs. Winners

Owen vs. Winners


Famous painting

Famous painting


Lost coat

Lost coat


Me in the elevator

Me in the elevator


Downtown Toronto

Downtown Toronto


Me vs. Canoe

Me vs. Canoe


Me vs. water

Me vs. water


Me vs. Canoe menu

Me vs. Canoe menu


Me vs. wine

Me vs. wine


Me vs. wine

Me vs. wine


Me vs. Canoe

Me vs. Canoe


Canoe

Canoe

Posted by baixing 17:00 Archived in Canada

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