Reading Week Adventures

*blink* Where did the week go? Last week I got to soak up my last little bit of undergraduate freedom over a week long holiday from textbooks and assignments. Much like many of my peers who ignored the opportunity to study, I lived it up in chilly Toronto. So what did I spend my whole week doing? I had a blind date with a book,

Blind Date with a Book did some ‘urban hiking‘,

Welcome to Kensington and a whole lot of yoga.

Yoga Toes One of my very good friends Teryl joined me for a weekend of Toronto adventures. She has only visited the big city once before, so I took her on a tour of all the great spots like St. Lawrence Market,

St. Lawrence Market Toronto Sakura Sushi,

Sushi Dinner and lots of book shopping.

Bookstore Shopping Goodbye, Reading Week; I’ll miss you!

Question of the Day: How was your weekend (or Reading Week, if you were so lucky)?

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About Suzanne Poldon

runs on plants. eats out of mason jars. bends like a straw.

24. February 2014 by Suzanne Poldon
Categories: Food, Personal, Travel | 11 comments

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  1. where are your favourite book stores in toronto Suzanne?! I want to start expanding my book horizons here :)
    Gabby @ the veggie nook recently posted…building up to the big one: raw vegan caramelMy Profile

    • BMV is always great! I also love Good Egg (in Kensington) and a store next to the Paper Store on Queen West whose name escapes me…

      Happy reading!

  2. I think that the next time we have a blogger meetup in TO, we need to go to St. Lawrence Market. I don’t think I’ve ever been there, to be honest!
    Sam @ Better With Sprinkles recently posted…Spill It Sunday: Books.My Profile

  3. So happy you had a nice week and I’m so happy I got to be a part of it, TWICE!!!
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  4. That all sounds like a fabulous way to spend reading week! The St. Lawrence Market is always a must for me. I’ll have to check out that sushi place next time I’m in the city though – those rolls look ginormous!
    Chelsea @ Chelsea’s Healthy Kitchen recently posted…Pancakes, hockey, and brunch at Stoney’sMy Profile

  5. Sounds like a pretty fab reading week =)

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