We visited Toronto Zoo first in the morning by car, stayed until a little past 1:00. Our daughter had a really good time there, although she was staying up late until past 11:00 last night (got in the bed around 10:10, just couldn't make herself up to sleeping. Partly, our fault as parents.)
Lunch; Toronto Zoo Africa Restaurant pizza and chicken wings
Note; We are idiots. Didn't have more than 5-6 Canadian dollars (thinking we are going to pay with credit card for all the purchases and all), almost missed a lunch. The ATM machine looked shiny when I see it inside the Africa Restaurant. An afterthought, maybe they accepted American dollars at the Hamburger stand we cancelled all the order and got pissed off. Hunger makes our mind blurred. End Hunger. Seriously.
Took TTC from Scarborough Center (parked the car in mall parking lot) to King to visit Hockey Hall of Fame. I think I lost the extra money we withdrawn before the lunch (maybe with all the paper napkins down to trash). I couldn't find it at the subway station anyway, and withdrew again. The attendant at the train station booth looked pissed off by something. Maybe it was me. I didn't like him, too, anyway.
Hockey Hall of Fame was so clean and shiny. We had good time there, made a lot of purchase at the store, including my husband and daughter's Sidney Crosby black Penguins jersey.
We took our family's "Hockey Guy", Kuma-tan the Bruin with us, too. He looked really moved.
After a break at Starbucks, walked to Queens to take a street car, took another at Spadina, got off at Nassau St. to go to Lettuce Knit. It was close to 5:30 when we arrived. I got these;
allhemp6LUX, KPPPM in two colorways, Handmaiden Casbah, from upper left to right to down.
We had a healthy Vietnamese supper at SaiGon Palace on Spadina, walked to Bathurst subway station, went back to Scarborough Center and went back to the hotel.
Dinner; Chicken noodle soup (Pho Ga), Vietnamese Vermicelli with Grilled Beef, Spring rolls, steamed rice
Note; We are idiots. We didn't have enough Canadian dollars (again) and had to make our payment partly with American dollars. I feel very bad I didn't add enough tips. The food was so good and the nutrition of the soup felt to sink down to the core of our body and spirit. I swear I'll come back to Toronto someday as soon as possible to make up for it.
Toronto is a big city. We had known that, but should have known better.
3 days in North America