From there, the heat was getting to us so we wandered up to Vicki's apartment for a break, before popping out for an ice cream to cool down by Trinity Bellwoods park. People were out in force, and while we opted for the simple pleasures of a dipped cone from an ice cream truck, a line up had formed across the street, stretching all the way down the block, for black ice cream. People are wild.
Next up on our whirlwind tour of west Toronto was the Vector Festival, an interactive media festival hosted by the Interaccess gallery on Ossington. The exhibit featured installations from six different artists, which ranged from virtual reality experiences, to films created by an AI, to a lamp pointed at an old computer monitor. We enjoyed the little break from the sun to check out some art, before setting out for a dinner of massive burgers accompanied by massive onion rings.
We took Sunday fairly easily, but still managed to tackle a casual Escape Room (where we beat the record for time to escape the room!) and a lunch in Kensington Market.