My downtown favourite

Before getting prettied up this afternoon we hit up my favourite downtown summer lunch spot.

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The Lineup, in the Exchange.  Lots of shady trees to sit under and people watch, never mind the awesome food. Love  love it! I knew there would be something amazing I could eat there and of course had to have my favourite!

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The falafel pita. Stuffed with peppers, onion, mushroom, lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, olives, hot peppers, pineapple, and of course hummus. That’s only half of it there, and you can bet I found room for the whole thing!! Super good with the curry mayo and feta too.

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Mum had the Oriental salad with chicken and really enjoyed it. They also have fabulous noodles in a box, deep dish pizza, fish and chips and more. My fave thing is the dinner and a movie option, dinner and a movie ticket for $10.95 ish. Awesome! This time I noticed they also had dinner and a ball game options which looked like a great way to spend a summer evening to me!

After that we had to head to the salon. Before:

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After:

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Let’s hope I can figure out how to copy the wavy look! Not exactly a pro with this things… this would be my first day in a year with some style to my hair! And of course mum looks fabulously cute:

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My hairdresser asked if I`d been keeping up on the trends… um… no. Not exactly. Unless the clearance dept. of MEC is now so totally this season. I`m more likely to be sporting a ponytail and sunhat combo in Ecuador than anything remotely stylish! Along with a very un pretty useful bag that is not even related to a cute purse, and clunky super comfy flats that keep my feet happy for miles. But apparently long waves are `very now` and a center part is the way to go. Who knew! Definitely not me!! So there you go. Stylish hair tips here at Simple Happy Healthy. Expect the next instalment in about a year when I visit Gerald again!

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