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I Kissed a Fish

I’ve visited Toronto before, but had more free time on my hands this trip. Once the booth was up and everyone ready to chat it up with clients, we took to the city.

The first night, we dined at the EPIC restaurant in the Fairmont Royal York Hotel. Loved it, would highly recommend it if you’re ever in the area. We walked around the city and did a little shopping the next day, had dinner at our hotel at Toula and high-tailed it to my room to make it back in time for the Bachelorette and dessert via room service. (BTW, can you believe she let local cutie Graham go?????)

More work the next morning, then back to the hotel to grab a cab to the airport, but we did wander over to the harbourfront to check out the shops. I saw these great fish an artist had created out of fabric that I just had to take a pic with. Mwahhhh!!!!

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