My employers, in their infinite wisdom, have decided to assign me to a project in Toronto for the next couple of months – starting today. For once, Stu was quick to volunteer to come up for the weekend sometime (funny, there just wasn’t the same level of enthusiasm when it was Bloomington, IL). While business travel doesn’t offer much opportunity to play the tourist, we’ll try to do some exploring and report back!
I’ve been to Toronto on business before, and was blown away by the amazing Asian food I tried there. I was staying at a hotel on the cusp of Chinatown, and had the best ramen there I’ve had in my entire life. So here’s to some more culinary adventures! If you’ve been to Toronto, let me know if there are any restaurants you recommend, and I’ll be sure to check them out.
But wait, the Canadian saga continues: Before I knew I’d be traveling to Toronto for work, I’d been scratching my head over where to go with my mother when she visits in late August. We usually go somewhere for a few days on her annual visit, and this time I decided that Quebec City would be a place we’d both enjoy. So it’s Canada times two for me this summer, and I can’t say I mind.
We’ll have three full days in Quebec City, so we’ll mostly enjoy the old town, maybe go on a food tour, and brush up on our French. Allons-y!