Last Saturday we finally made it to one of the top tourist attractions in Toronto, the Hockey Hall of Fame!
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...
During the second half of our trip back to the UK for Christmas, we headed up to London for a couple of days to catch up with some of Luke's friends. Of course, before heading back to Bath again for New Year's Eve, we were sure to find one new thing to do in London (it isn't hard).
This year we spent our Christmas holidays in the UK with Luke's family and friends. It was 10 days of fun, festivities, food and - of course - we explored a few new places!
This weekend Luke turned 30, and Elizabeth had made some surprise plans to celebrate, treating Luke to a stay at the Old Mill Inn in the West of Toronto.
With the snow falling and winter seemingly in full swing, we ventured to Evergreen Brick Works to explore their Winter Village.
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.
We're Elizabeth and Luke.
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