Well, as much as we liked visiting family, it was time for us to get going so we took some more pictures and headed to Toronto, Canada.
It took us a couple of hours to get to the border and although, so far, all the Canadians I’ve met have been polite, friendly, nice, etc., the border patrol woman who took care of us was pretty rude. I told Cynthia, “Let’s look at it as something we can laugh about it later on.” I am not too sure she bought that.
We finally got to Toronto, Canada and we were all glad to find a hotel that accepted dogs. We were given a room on the 7th floor with a nice view that Alex just could not wait to check out for herself, as you can see in this picture.
We were hungry and tired so we had dinner and then headed for our comfortable bed.
The next day, after dinner and good night sleep, we all headed to Toronto, and Cynthia caught a glimpse of water so I drove towards it and we found this beautiful place, Lake Crescent Park.
Our daughter, Alex, was nice enough to pose for this picture. By the way, she was still only having chicken soup, but no kibble as a meal.
After taking a couple of pictures, we headed for downtown Toronto.
We did a lot of walking, and I was a little hesitant since Alex usually walks 30 minutes twice a day and no more than that. But you know what? I think Cynthia and I were more tired than Alex.
I thought DC would be the only place with the most bikes ever, but I was wrong. Toronto has a huge amount of bikes. No wonder they look so fit.
We walked all over and there was some sort of convention going on, so we tried to find places where there was less traffic and people.
With all the walking we did, we had to take breaks here and there. I don’t remember what Cynthia was telling me at the time when she took this picture, for all I remember is that I was happy. Happy to be with my life partner, Cynthia, and Alex, our picky girl.
Cynthia loves to take pictures of us, but I got this one of the two of them. We had an amazing time in Toronto, Canada. Perhaps one day, in the future, we’ll go back and stay a little longer. Enjoy your pack.