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Brunch at The Senator

So here we go to brunch with my mom and dad. Every Sunday I am in Toronto they meet us. I picked the Senator restaurant, not because of the historical connection it has with Digg, that I figured out later, but just because it was close to our hotel.

We checked out too quickly and I forgot my sandwich and my mom's daffodils I bought for her in the room. I had to run back and get these things twice, as I remembered them in sequence. We were still way too early for meeting them at 11.

I didn't like the breakfast here. I only had a milkshake, it was watery.

From here, mom took us to a little exhibit in Frank restaurant beside the Art Gallery of Ontario called The Dork Porch. It was interesting, but not really worth the trip there. Mom had all these things planned out, but we couldn't do them because Rick decided to leave earlier than 4 p.m. like he originally said.

So from there, we wandered aimlessly around Chinatown again, I bought some steam buns that didn't turn out to be as good as the last steam buns I bought two weeks ago. I also tried to find Thai coffee, but I could not find that either.

Later, we went to meet up with Rick and the rest of the girls, but it was a wild goose chase. They said they would meet us somewhere, and then decided to change the meeting point at the last minute, so we had to go somewhere else. Sigh.

Anyway, I got home earlier than normal because of the early departure time.

Senator Restaurant

Senator Restaurant


Me vs. cold day

Me vs. cold day


The Dork Porch at Frank

The Dork Porch at Frank


The Dork Porch at Frank

The Dork Porch at Frank


Chinatown

Chinatown


Chinatown signs

Chinatown signs


Me vs. Chinatown

Me vs. Chinatown


Ugly chandelier

Ugly chandelier


Me vs. Chinatown

Me vs. Chinatown


Dundas St.

Dundas St.


A tiger

A tiger


Owen vs. his reflection

Owen vs. his reflection


Tangerines

Tangerines


Graffiti vs. Owen

Graffiti vs. Owen


Sculpture

Sculpture


Me in the backseat

Me in the backseat

Posted by baixing 17:00 Archived in Canada

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