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And posting the obligatory “view out my hotel window” picture:

Delighted to say the trip in was pleasantly uneventful, which is what you want when engaging in international travel.

Now to catch up on e-mail and to free comments from the previous post trapped in the moderation queue.

Remember, Torontonians: I am here in town for a reason. Hope to see you all tomorrow evening. Well, not all of you. I’m pretty sure the Merril Collection reading room could not fit four million people. But hope to see a fair representative slice of you in any event.

By John Scalzi

I enjoy pie.

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Recommendation if you like hot chocolate or really wicked coffee beverages: Bulldog. Best latte’s in the city and AWESOME hot chocolate.

http://www.bulldogtoronto.com/

It’s at 89 Granby St. (google maps will tell you). If I’m not mistaken by your photo it’s very easily within walking distance.

Looking forward to seeing you tomorrow!

Touristy request: Say… I’m going to Columbus in two months. Is there anyplace there I, as a tourist but with little time, must see?

Hope you enjoy your visit to the golden horseshoe, don’t worry they cleaned up all the manure not long after the garbage strike cleared up in Toronto last year. If you do find any megolithic poops, you might consider reporting it to natural resources Canada.

“When you have time, you’re going to Carousel Bakery to get peameal bacon on a sourdough bun for breakfast, right?”

Bah! Bah, I say! Carousel is for tourists. Go to Sausage King (almost next door) for some good peameal. Make sure to get some of the chili garlic sauce on it. I’m told it’s an old Hungarian recipe.

Glad to see your border crossing was uneventful, considering the possibilities.

Trying to think of something useful to say about Toronto, but I’d best leave that to the locals. Instead…

–Insert oblig. Canadian bacon cat joke here–

Delighted to say the trip in was pleasantly uneventful, which is what you want when engaging in international travel.

Of course, with intranational travel, you want fun and adventure and really wild things.

Canadian bacon is neither Canadian nor bacon. Discussion over.

Good peameal (and any place at St. Lawrence has good peameal) is a blessing from the gods.

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