Just before we hopped on the night bus out of Canada, we grabbed a Maccy Ds for the world tour.
A couple of Canadian beers were quaffed. A free sample of Steam Whistle
And it was a good job that one was free, because the can of Alexander Keith’s IPA Mr Beet bought at the match cost him $11.
And the winner is…the IPA. Expensive tastes.
Hmmm….Canadian food…what’s Canadian? I know – maple syrup!
On a pancake:
In a doughnut:
In ice cream:
A whole new country to tick off – parkrun beside Lake Ontario in Toronto.
12 down, 2 to go.
We made an unscheduled dash over the border from New York to Toronto so that we could watch Liverpool in a pre-season friendly against Toronto FC. The deal was sweetened with the promise of a day trip to Niagara Falls.
The match was a 1-1 draw.
Niagara Falls was very pretty, although the town that has sprung up around it is the tackiest of tourist destinations. The best bit was going on the Maid of the Mist boat that takes you right up to the base of the falls to get soaked in the spray.
More pictures of Toronto and Niagara Falls on Mr Beet’s flickr page.
Along a section of renovated elevated railway track called the High Line in Manhattan. Very pretty, but too crowded for a good parkrun.
11 down, 3 to go (but only one week left to do them)
First parkrun in New York; along the Hudson River on the West of Manhattan in the hot, hot heat.
10 down, 4 to go.