Just had a share a really funny thing that happened while in Toronto:
Lindsay had some free time, finally, on Saturday night of the convention. She hadn't been outside of the hotel for DAYS, so we decided to take a walk and find a nice sushi restaurant. The concierge had recommended a place called "Ki," and it would take about ten minutes to walk there.
So, we head off, using one of those helpful "Tourist Map" things that they hand out at the front desk. We got our bearings, walked for a few blocks, and began to feel more and more confident that we were heading in the right direction.
Finally, we got to a street that seemed like the next street we were supposed to turn onto: We were looking for "Bay Street."
However, the street sign read: "Locust Street."
Luckily, there was a policeman right there, so we asked him where Bay Street was.
"Right here," he said.
"What??? But this says, 'Locust Street.'"
He smiled and replied, "Actually, it is Bay Street, but they are filming a movie here, so the crew changed the street signs."
At which point, Lindsay exclaimed, "Wait a minute - how do we know you're a real police officer?!?!"
Laughing, he answered, "I am a real cop, don't worry."
Passers-by were so interested in our conversation, that we had an audience for this whole exchange. With much gratitude to the (real???) cop, we went off on our way and found our restaurant shortly thereafter.
(it's funny that, with all the movie sets in and around NYC all the time, we've never had anything like this happen before!!)