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... at 5pm which was right in the middle of rush hour so traffic was horrendous but Silke did a good job of getting us to the hotel. It was 32 degrees and very humid which hopefully wont last, a thunderstorm helped clear some of the air. It reminds me a bit of Miami, very flat, hot and tons of traffic It does seem to be the land of the upgrade though. The rental company upgraded our car to a ...
... Our flight from Zurich to JFK was a long flight if 8 hours and 45 minutes. I think what made this flight soooo ,one was that I only cat napped for 20 or so minutes while I was watching a movie. I ended up watching a couple of movies, one was called "After the sunset" well something like, which was a good movie, also watched a documentary on big wave surfers, suffering like 14 foot waves, crazy I say or sure. When we arrived in JFK we had to line up with what felt like the millions ...
... br> whatever there is to show off our support for the Blue Jays.
The game is being explained to me and I keep on asking questions, of course
not getting much of the rules to this unfamiliar sports game... Our
seats are perfect and we have a close view over the field. I have always
imagined a field to be as big as a soccer field, thinking the players
would have to run a complete round. However, ...
... really install more than four screens if they want to keep us entertained.
Sleep may have been my brain’s way of keeping me from yearning for the extra legroom I was cruelly placed just one row behind; why are people who don’t even need the standard allocation of inches always the ones sitting smugly by the emergency exits? Or maybe they knew I wasn’t going to pay attention to how to use said ...
... there are indoor changing rooms for patrons to use.
Even if you don’t feel like skating, it’s fun to stop and watch the skaters, tourists and locals. Within such a large city, Nathan Phillips Square provides a real sense of community as people from Toronto and from all over the world mingle and take to the ice.
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking