I had been trying to call the Mahal restaurant for the last few days but never got through. Pam enjoys Indian food and this is a real treat for her as they cannot get it back home in Cape Breton.
It turns out it is closed due to the construction on the street.
After a short visit at home, I called the club and said that we were coming over for tea. I took them on a tour of the club first and then we all enjoyed tea and light refreshments in the Den.
|Pam, my sister-in-law pouring her tea|
|Janet and her Dad, my brother Brian|
|Pam and Brian outside of Pam's Coffee Shop in Jackson's Square|
|We thought it would be a nice shot as the coffee shop has the same name as Pam|
There is one huge frozen fruit there which if you open it up, the smell will be terrible. In fact, it is banned in some hotels as it is such a disgusting smell. It was the size of a football. Apparently the taste of it is wonderful but I think I will pass on it.
Both Janet and Pam thought that the prices at the new store were very reasonable. We didn't buy anything - it was just to show them. I will go, at some point, to get some more groceries. I just love having the supermarket so close to me!
Brian bought a book so he was happy as well.
|Pam and Janet|
They left shortly after six to go to Toronto and the airport there. Happily, they had a direct flight to Sydney, N.S. and my grand nephew Joey will pick them up about 1 a.m. this moring.
They surely will need to rest!
What a wonderful time we all had. I did try and convince them to take a bus down to Princess Point but they don't do buses so I shelved that idea. We could have driven down in Janet's car but then she would have had to pay parking down there.
Perhaps next time they come to Hamilton, I will try again to convince them.
I have had that reaction before from car drivers and so it made me laugh. Some of my friends at the Club don't do buses either!
A lovely, cool day with family. I felt so sad when they left as I won't see them for at least another year.
Thanks for dropping by.