By The Park Bed and Breakfast
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Toronto
safe. Nobody is safe. They just love crime.”
It was amusing to listen to them because they were old and stupid and
making fools of themselves but he knew that the fate of the world hung largely
on the whims of old and stupid people. He felt tired and he stood up. “Thanks
for the lesson, but I've got to go.”
He walked away and left the old couple to sit and be glad they lived
among civilized people. ...
... the overhead lights to flash brightly; (c) point your finger toward the opposite sidewalk so that the stopped or approaching cars will know your intention to cross. This all sounds quite civilized, but I think I would also (d) look at the oncoming drivers to be sure that they see me, as well.
I have enjoyed myself so much in this wonderful, green, ...
... a shower and a power nap!"
We have now cleared security and are enjoying our first Tim Hortons in six weeks. Well Heather is enjoying it, I'm still caffeine free and have been for nine weeks now. So I'm stuck with frozen lemonade while Heather drinks tea. Excited to get home and see everyone including Grandad and Auntie Maureen who are here visiting for Heather's graduation next week.
... to find a place called Yorkville. After little wild goose hunt we found the strip of Yorkville. It was reminiscent of the bright lights of a city with the quaintness of a small town. It was truly a place all it's own. We did a little shopping and then we went to Hemingway's for a dinner of the rooftop! It was a great view! Until next time! M and ...
... The house and surrounding area is amazing! Drove from there up to Orrillia to meet Dustin - great to meet him again after 10 years,,, drove back to Toronto by 9pm and out for a drink at the Queen & Beaver on Elm St. to meet Sam and catch up on the Lewis family. Busy day, I've been driving in my car! It's not quite a ...