After a few days of intense non-stop work, we were glad to unwind with a friend who lives in Toronto. Driving to his place was an adventure even with a GPS, as we unintentionally got onto railroad tracks towards incoming train cars. Honest mistake. We went to his quaint lowrise condo in the Toronto proper for some chips, chicharon, roasted almonds, home-made salsa dip and guacamole. His condo complex is a long brick warehouse on the west side of Lansdowne just below Davenport. This converted warehouse has a very big atrium for residents and it's very beautiful. It reminds me of the houses in the Yaletown district in Vancouver. He also served some local beer, including Coffee Porter beer which I enjoyed last time we visited with him at a local distillery in the old Toronto area. For dinner, we went out to Zocalo bistro / restaurant at The Junction, which is an up and coming neighborhood hangout for the working-types I am told. We had three different types of cheese, a few shareable
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