If you're in Chicago and I'm still here, I'll treat you to Chicago deep dish style pizza. *drools* mmm.
|Date:||February 26th, 2007 - 09:22 pm|| |
SanD is about a 2 hour drive (max) from my place east of LA. I'll have to check with family, but I've had 'wacky internet stalkers' stay here before, so if you want to look at arriving here a day or two early?
weee. And my dad even suggests you see about coming up from SanD on the coastal train. Up to you- I can check times and costs for that. (Sheesh. I might even take it down there to pick you up, and ride back.)
:D! That sounds fabulous.
Just a heads up, since it's slain just about every other non-North American type. Toronto is absurdly HOT and humid in August. (To the point that *I* am not happy in that weather sometimes and I am most comfortable in 80 and up, and I kinda like 90-100 degree weather.)
It's not like San Diego was last year. San Diego was temperate Toronto is like walking around in a steam bath.
....eek. Well. Nice air-conditioned pub?
San Diego was nice last year. DC, on the other hand...
Oh! Yeah, that's right, you were in DC last summer. Toronto Weather = DC weather, basically, with some variance in heat/humidity, but not much.
To give you some idea of -my- opinion of the weather? San Diego is a little cool for me. DC summers are a touch too warm. Toronto has been hit or miss. Either I'm basking in gloriously humid air like some kind of demented jungle lizard, or I'm wilting like everyone else.
I did manage to survive DC, with the help of lots of water and frequent breaks for air-conditioning. ;) And seeing the Dexcon peoples will make up for any problems with the weather.
If you survived DC, you shouldn't go the way of the dodo in Toronto. Other than the retarded weather, it's a fabulous city.
Really? Everyone made out Toronto to be something awful.
Pah. That is because they do not know how to handle heat. Go to Israel in July/August and then complain.
With the exception of Eilat, I enjoyed Israel's summer weather.
You're used to DC. It'll be about the same for you there as it is at home. Humid and stupid hot, with chance of half-dressed co-eds.
Ah. So who wants to take me down to Church Street this time?