We arrived at the festival a bit after midday. The sun was out, and so were the crowds, as we started to make our way from one end of the festival to the other. A huge stretch of Dundas West had been closed for the event, allowing the local cafes, bars, shops and restaurants to spill out into the street. Along the way we passed by antique shop yard sales, coffee shops, and lots of tasty food. Obviously we stopped for some treats at a Portuguese bakery, and some delicious pulled pork sandwiches.
Our last stop for the evening was Spin, a ping pong bar on King Street West, in the heart of the entertainment district. The place is kind of a mixture of a club and regular old tablet tennis / pool hall, and was a lot of fun. We'd booked a table, and met up with another friend, Anthony, for a couple of hours of failing miserably to get a decent rally going. The beers probably didn't help.
And so, our jam-packed Saturday came to a close. Lots of walking, plenty of sunburn, and a few drinks, meant that we were all ready for a long sleep and a lazy, rainy Sunday. We had a great time though, and are looking forward to Aaron's next visit.