[I suggest you get yourself something cold to drink or a bowl of ice cream, because this will be a long read…] On the second and last full day of staying in Canada, my family hauled our butts early in the morning (at 7 AM) from Niagara Falls to Toronto, which is pretty much an hour and a half drive. The night before we all tucked into our evening’s slumber, I was pretty much coordinating when and where we’re going to eat. I was freaking out over the fact that I want to do a pastry/bread tour in Toronto with..
[Note: Not much of a food post but at least you know what I did in Upstate NY/Niagara Falls] My journey up North actually started at 2 AM when my entire family hauled our butts from bed, brewed really strong coffee and set out to upstate New York (by car) to go to our first destination – a farm. Yes, as an urbanite, it’s almost a shock to me since I never seen so many rolling green hills and farm animals. NATURE (more…)
Hideho! I’m actually writing this very short post just to say “Hi!” to you all from my hotel’s public computer. Just to let you know, Niagara Falls’ food does suck albeit expensive. Toronto’s food scene is pretty darn good if you know where you going. Patisseries and bakeries that I dropped in were pretty awesome – that my family and I had a carb (and cream) fest of a breakfast. You have to stay tuned on that particular post in the coming week. Summerlicious, a Toronto version of NYC’s Restaurant Week is not bad from where my family and I went for dinner...