Madison Manor Boutique Hotel
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... hotel at 11am and having to
find things to do all day till 10pm was bad enough but all the way till 3am was
simply beyond a joke!!
headed off into the streets of the city in order to find somewhere to eat and
after spending two or so hours in a restaurant I walked back to the hotel to
collect my massive suitcase.
me and my luggage in a taxi we headed back to the station where I have been
sitting for the last 6 hours or so. Apparently ...
Somewhere between Yellowknife and Edmonton my favourite newish keen hiking shoes have acquired a squeak.....walking through the airport with heads turning to see where the horrible noise is coming from....and there is me embarrassed with every step! It is starting to drive me mad and perhaps buying new pair of shoes is on the agenda for my first day in Peru! I am hoping that the difference in temperature and humidity will make it go away, however that is ...
... a pain in the ****, dunno about you but I never ever recline my seat, it's just soooo rude. 8 hrs later n we landed in snowy Toronto, whizzed through customs n immigration, found our way outside n hopped in a cab, boy is it coldddddd, after a 15 min cab ride we arrived at our hotel, only to be told oh you were booked in from the 12th!!!!!!!!! Luckily I always bring every single document even though they just need your name most of the time, you can imagine ...
... and the mother and grandmother had gifted the chocolate to us near passengers in case he got a little upset. How wonderfully considerate? And also much needed sugar for the traveller who has neither time nor spare dollars for breakfast on the go. Arriving back in Toronto, I found myself thinking of my first arrival here, how could I not? The downtown romance of the lit-up high rises was gone, replaced by grey buildings and a moody sky rimmed with a band of orange around the ...
... it would've been nice to have had someone with me. I felt there was something familiar about the place. There is many small things in common with home. Unfortunately its only down-fall is the horrendous traffic. And way too many people for my liking. I like my tiny city, that really shouldn't be called a city. It was nice to visit, anyway. The people share some similarities ...