Toronto in Spring


So we went to Toronto this past weekend. The last time I was in Toronto was last Summer. I like Toronto better in Summer. In Spring, it’s just so miserably cold, wet, and windy. But then again, I don’t really like Spring in general so the problem is not really in the place. It’s in the timing. I never thought of Winter as miserably cold because, duh, it’s Winter and Canadian winter is supposed to be miserably cold!
Anyway, I’ve been trying to concentrate my thoughts on Summer and the places we could visit when it’s all warm and sunny instead of spending all Spring hating Spring. I’ve ordered free brochures/travel guides from just about every single province/territory in Canada, including Nunavut (don’t ask). I can’t wait to receive them in the mail! This Summer we’re planning on driving across Canada to Nova Scotia and then to Prince Edward Island. It’s going to be fun, fun, fun!
I’m eating strawberries right now. It’s easier to think about Summer in Spring when you’re eating strawberries. I like strawberries. Don’t you?

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4 comments

  1. My grandmother lives in Nova Scotia, and all I can say is… good thing you’re planning on visiting during the summer. There are some nice beaches up there, but they don’t stay nice for long, that’s for sure. The winter is ridiculous. Driving from Ontario to the east coast isn’t the most entertaining thing in the world, but if I remember, there are a number of gigantic fiberglass vegetables on the way that you might want to look out for! It’s lovely once you get near the sea, though.

  2. It looks different, i mean, that tower from our Casablanca minaret !it must
    be taken from the terrace atic where you live! never mind only the way i imagining things…lovely to contact yuo .
    Kisses and love from Casablanca.
    Al axdiri

  3. I love the Canadian Maritimes. I wholeheartedly recommend driving around Nova Scotia. PEI is nice pre-tourist season (May), but has a bit of a commercialized feel to it otherwise. If you want to concentrate on just one part of Nova Scotia, do the Cabot Trail. Gorgeous scenery!

  4. You folks are always welcome to come by and stop at my new place in Toronto.
    Loba and i would love to have you.
    I’m sure we could find some interesting places to visit. :)
    As for the east coast, I haven’t been since I was very young, but what I remember of it was very cool.
    That will be an awesome adventure.

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