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Ethiopian, German Pavilions Folklorama

Two days ago I visited the Cuban and Portugal pavilions. As regular readers of Dining with Donald know, I travel almost exclusively by foot or by bus. So, I appreciate Folklorama Pavilions being grouped close together. Monday, I managed to make my visits on foot. Yesterday, I hopped the bus up Main Street to take in…

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Cuban, Portugal Folklorama Tour

A couple of days ago I visited the Africa and India pavilions. Yesterday as I continued on my Folklorama journey, I decided to see the world without leaving downtown. I began my evening at the Cuban Pavilion in the Convention Centre. I got even closer to home with my second stop. This was the Portugal…

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Japanese Pavilion Folklorama

Yesterday I visited the Japanese and South Sudan Pavilions for Foklorama. In preparing to write the up I looked for connections. In the end the only connection that really sprang to mind is that they are both on the Number 17 bus route. So, I’m writing separate posts for each pavilion. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kQdb9KYxAtk] Located in…

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Provencher Pavilions – Folklorama

Yesterday marked my third day of pavilion hopping. My first post is here, and my second is here. I decided that I would try to visit all three of the pavilions on or around Provencher Boulevard. The Belgian and Canadien-francais pavilions are both situated less than a block apart on Provencher. The Chilean pavilion is…

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Woven Together – Folklorama

Woven together is the theme for Folklorama together. As I went out on my tour today I kept that thought in mind. I visited two pavilions again today. The first was Casa Do Minho, the Portuguese pavilion on Wall Street. The second was the Scandinavian pavilion, a couple of blocks away on Erin. The two…