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St. Andrew’s Church – Downtown Toronto
We took some time off over the Easter weekend for a mini-vacation trip to one of my other favourite cities in Canada, Toronto.
One thing I love about Toronto is that there’s never any shortage of things to see and do. We went to a show, found lots of cool doors while visiting some interesting neighbourhoods, and we finally got to spend the day with local blog buddy Joanne Sisco from My Life Lived Full.
Joanne and I had tried to schedule a get-together a number of times since meeting here on WordPress, and unfortunately we have had to cancel twice before. This time however we made it happen and had a wonderful fun day together, as you can see from our clowning around here.
But that was another day and deserves its own post, so stay tuned for that including some other really cool pics in an upcoming doors post.
On this day, my wife and I were out exploring King St. West in the theatre district one morning not far from our hotel, and we came across this beauty reflected in the high-rise directly across from it.
Instead of repeating what’s already written here, I’ll just give you a minute or two to read it for yourself. Take your time – I’ll wait…
The morning light was just right so I walked around for a few minutes and captured its beauty from a few different angles
And of course I discovered a number of wonderful doors as well 🙂
Plus this bonus red phone booth door outside the pub across the street.
A pub right across from a church? Yeah that must be a Scottish thing 😉
As always, thanks so much for dropping by 🙂
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