The street festivals of Toronto continued this weekend, as College Street was overtaken by the Taste of Little Italy. We walked down to taste it for ourselves.
This past weekend we treated ourselves to a fancy meal on Saturday and an amusing musical on Sunday!
During a super busy weekend of sleeping in, reading and going to the movies, we somehow managed to make it out to not one, but two restaurants as part of Toronto's Winterlicious Prix Fixe Promotion.
After a busy weekend of skiing, curling, and board games, we decided to bump our Something Saturday until Monday night. And we were certainly glad we did when we were sipping on sake and eating delicious Japanese food after a long day of work.
This weekend we dug our skates out of the closet and set off for Nathan Phillips Square to take advantage of the free outdoor skating rink. But not before filling up with some tasty Canadian comfort food...
After a party on Friday and a full day of curling on Saturday we opted for a slightly less active Sunday activity, popping down to the Great Hall on Queen Street West for the Toronto Bakers Market.
This weekend Luke was pretty busy representing Holland Bloorview at the Capital One Gift The Code Hackathon, but we still managed to get in a few hours of exploring another neighbourhood of Toronto. This time, we set out to Christie Station to visit Korea Town, where we enjoyed some tasty lunch, and toilet-themed desserts.
Over the Labour Day weekend, we were back in Newfoundland for our second Newfoundland Wedding Weekend of the summer! This time, we stayed on the Avalon Peninsula and, other than wedding festivities, mostly hung out at the cabin in Ocean Pond where Luke had his first Newfoundland blueberry picking experience.
We're Elizabeth and Luke.
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