We arrive at the Tim & Perry Bed and Breakfast
A panorama of Tim & Perry's neighborhood
A beautiful front porch
An unassuming front door hides a palatial home
Inside Tim & Perry's beautiful home.
A panorama of their backyard
Looking at the back of their amazing home
In the backyard was beautiful water feature
Chickens came to roost with their neighborhood Italian party
The party brought this cupid as well.
Kathleen and Tim feed Boo Boo the cat in their beautiful kitchen
Looking in towards the kitchen from the entry.
The only people we know with a bigger Wolf than us.
A panorama of the kitchen and dining room
The den just off the kitchen
Queen Street. Runs from The Beaches through downtown.
Looking up Willlow to Tim and Perry's
Started our first full day with a Toronto Panorama
Shot this guy for my Grandson Mason
And a French Provincial Chicken for Michelle
On to The Distillery District
Tim, Kathleen and Perry head into the Distillery District
A really cool old truck in the Distillery District
Modern sculpture mixed with old buildings in the District
Loved this little shop where the lady would wait on you from the window.
Another great old truck.
Chairs waiting for restaurant customers to arrive.
At Le Papillon restaurant for lunch. What a great place.
Kathleen's Baby Beaver Crepe with genuine Canada Maple Syrup
Tim and I had the tourtiere . It was delicious.
The Flatiron building
St. James Cathedral
A chair sculpture erected for the Toronto arts festival, Nuit Blanche.
A little closeup of the chairs. It was about three stories high.
Loved the lights and the reflections.
This moron had climbed a Nuit Blanche sculpture of more than 3000 bicycles.
He kept this crowd at bay for quite awhile.
Things are looking up at the Scotia Bank building where Perry works.
I love the way they built the new building around the original stock exchange.
A beautiful arched ceiling leading to the hockey Hall of Fame.
Where we found a wonderful Canon photography exhibit.
We loved Toronto and our tour even though this was the weather most of the day.
But the weather the next morning for our tour of Niagara Falls was beautiful.
The tower at the falls.
A woman points at Kathleen and Perry ignores her accusation. :-)
We pose at the falls.
Looking back at the tower above the falls. I loved the fall foliage.
The American Falls. The Canadian Falls are better.
The Maid of the Mist heads into the fall.
My quick panorama of the falls, American on the left and Canada on the right.
We pose at the falls, again.
Tim and Perry, our amazing hosts.
More Maid of the Mist
If we had wanted to take the time we could have taken this tour.
You also get a little wet in the process.
The Canadian Air Force takes a break on the rocks below the falls.
Another Tim & Perry shot.
A Niagara panorama. Can you tell I like taking panorama shots
The Maid of the Mist one more time.
Tim, Perry and Kathleen
Above the crowd.
One last tower photo with loads of fall color.
After we left the falls we headed to lunch and passed this floral clock
Lunch was at the amazing Peller Estate Winery.
Their dining room was beautiful
Tim had gotten a memo earlier in the day. LOL
Lunch included an intersting caprese
Kathleen and I had the lamb
It appears she liked it.
We followed with some amazing desserts
Tim & I do the shoot out
Kathleen enyous the beautiful afternoon sunshine
Perry enjoys his lunch.
The happy lunch crowd.
On the way back to Toronto we pass the baths.
And a beautiful Toronto skyline
Had to use this. A Canadian soaks up the sun in his living room.
Our final morning I got up at 6:30 and walked The Beaches. These are pics I took.
The firehouse clocktower
When I reached the shores of Lake Ontario, the sun was just making an appearance.
This was the view when I turned around as the sun was rising.
Our last view of Toronto from Billy Bishop airport