We left pretty early in the morning and walked for about 25 minutes to the hairdresser which Kim was getting her haircut at.
Kim had her hair cut, which took about 45 minutes.
Curtis had a free coffee whilst he waited, too!
We walked back home to the apartment and chilled out whilst we waited for our friend to arrive!
Our friend arrived and we walked for 20 minutes down to a bar to get some food and drinks.
The bar had free wings, providing you purchase a beer.
We had sweet and spicy wings as well as Guinness BBQ wings.
We sat there until 17:00 and then walked to the ice rink.
We got to the area and walked in. When we got in, we just walked around and checked out what they had.
We got to our seats and watched the warm up and then waited for the game to start.
We watched the light show, which was pretty good!
The Leafs went up by 2, after the 2nd period, but lost in overtime. The game was great fun! We had an amazing time and loved the atmosphere. There was about 70/30 Leafs fans, considering we were in Vancouver.
We went for a drink at a bar about 15 minutes walk from the area, and it was snowing!
We got a drink here and then we met some of Brodie’s friends and they had a drink.
We walked back to the apartment via the supermarket and got some garlic bread.
We got back and chatted whilst we ate potato smilies, chicken and garlic bread, then it was time to sleep.
Curtis really wanted to have fried eggs with breakfast, so he ordered some as soon as he got downstairs. He then got some sausages and bacon as well as fruit and a cinnamon swirl.
After breakfast, we got showered and then Kim spoke with her dad as it was his birthday.
We went out for a walk and when we went we took the (heated up) sweet & sour pork that we didn’t eat. We took that as well as a for and napkins and found a homeless person to give it to. It was only going to go to waste so had to make sure it found a good home.
The Empress Hotel
We went for a walk around The Empress hotel.
This hotel was built a long time ago and neither of us had ever gone inside it, so it was worth a look.
We went in and saw the reception dog and then walked around the various shops and dining areas.
We left via the conference centre and back onto the street in search of coffee.
We eventually woke up at 09:45, had some breakfast and chilled out.
We had a plan to meet some friends for lunch in a pub garden but the weather was terrible again so we postponed it until next week.
Due to this, our day was free!
At 13:00, Curtis sat and watched the Leafs game. As Curtis started to watch, Kim braved the weather and went to look in the English food shop to see if there were any pigs in blankets…There were not.
Kim stopped off to get some instant noodles each for lunch as well as to look for some cocktail sausages…Again, there were none.
Once Kim arrived home, we did absolutely nothing for the rest of the day…Exactly how a Sunday should be!
For dinner, we were going to have the remaining breaded chicken meatballs, but they just wouldn’t cook correctly so we gave up and had a beef brisket we had bought.
The beef brisket was delicious, but very peppery! We had this with kumara fries and asparagus.
After dinner it was time to watch some TV. We started with The Apprentice and then watched half of Blue Planet 2, but then wanted a change of mood so watched The Russell Howard Hour to finish the weekend.