Monday, March 05, 2007

Casa Loma, Toronto, ON

Today was Sister Sarah's last day in Toronto before she headed home to Halifax.

We started off with lunch at the Rotisserie House (King W/Atlantic).

Then we headed over to the Dufferin Mall. When Sister Sarah lived in Toronto, she loved this mall!
Sister Sarah at the Dufferin Mall

Then we headed to Casa Loma for a while.
Sister Sarah in front of Casa Loma

The view of downtown Toronto from the Scottish Tower
Sister Sarah and friend
I got a bit more friendly!

See you in St. John's, Sister Sarah, on May 18 to kiss some cod!

12 comments:

dawn said...

looks like you two had a great time. when i was younger my mom would take me to meet up with my aunt every saturday at dufferin mall.i miss that mall.

AMAZING GRACIE said...

Great photos! I have a cousin who is like a sister. I bet you were sad to see her leave...
~~~Blessings~~~

Better Safe Than Sorry said...

lol, how do i not know where the dufferin mall is? i thought i was an expert.
i love casa loma, my niece got married there about three years ago, such a beautiful spot.

Lisa said...

A great way to end the long weekend! I love the shots of you two with the knight- so cute!

Isabel said...

Casa Loma looks pretty good. Stop flirting with the men in armor.

Teena said...

better safe than sorry: The Dufferin Mall is just south of Bloor W on Dufferin Street.

Teena said...

Izzy: pleez stop trying to ruin my fun :)

Arlene said...

Wow, it looks gorgeous there!!!

zydeco fish said...

Although it's really a secret, I live very very close to the Dufferin Mall. It has been much improved recently.

Teena said...

zydeco fish: It would be the mall closest to where I live. And they sure have improved it over the last year!

Frances said...

You and Sister Sarah are quite a pair. She's very pretty.
Great pics.
I especially like the last one of you.
Thanks for breezing by my blog.
Frances

MommyBa said...

I miss Toronto! I went to Casa Loma a couple of years ago and your post just reminded me of all the good thing that happened to me while I was in Canada. *sigh*

I hope to come back soon. Canada is really a wonderful place to live in.