My roommate bought me these as well. It was the second Starbucks we went to and they had a lot of them! I will upload the pic of him in the store with all the mugs. We do like Toronto a lot. It feels like being in America! All the big stores we saw along the way, Ikea, Home Depot, Staples…really makes me feel like we were still in the US. Customs was EASY!! It took 2 or 3 minutes. I got to eat logan in Chinatown. I wish my mom came. She loves asian fruits and Canada has one of the best! The mangoes were so good too!!
which starbucks in toronto did you go to that had these?
I was visiting Toronto so I stayed downtown at the Marriott. There are a few starbucks around the corner and one underground that had both Canada and Toronto mugs.
hi are you selling these mugs? do you have tumblers? hope to hear from you – firstname.lastname@example.org
No, but people are trading or maybe selling on the FB page. Please go on there and post what you are looking for and maybe someone will respond. Thanks.
I had to laugh when I saw the reason you liked Toronto is because it reminded you of America – that is likely the same reason why most Canadians dislike Toronto, haha. It’s too crowded there! However, my dad’s friend is on the lookout for one of these mugs so when I am in Toronto soon I will have to find a Starbucks that has them! Thanks for the tips. 🙂
I was really surprised when I visited Toronto! It felt like I was in America…which was really strange. I was expecting something different because I visited Montreal in the 80s and remember that people spoke most French and some English. I actually like Montreal a lot more and I came back recently. At least when I visited Montreal, I felt I was in a different country. I heard Vancouver is nice so I have to make a trip there one of these days.