Residence & Conference Centre - Toronto
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... station platforms are closed at night from 8pm to 5.30 am.
Went back to the Steam Whistle Brewery for another free taste of their beer before walking back to the hotel. From our hotel we walked through Chinatown and Kensington Market. There was fresh fruit and vegetables for sale on the footpath. Bought a small bag of cherries (3.99 a kilo) Back to the hotel for a rest before finding somewhere for dinner.
Went to the ...
... introduced us kale juice. Hinesh and I wrinked our noses when he suggested a concoction of kale, cauliflower, spinach, peaches, mango, apple and tropical juices but it was delish. We share our veggie smoothie from Jugo Juice and step outside to the equivalent of Time Square. It is smaller in scale but busy for the scale of Toronto.
Next we head over to China Town since Hinesh has this thing with seeing the hustle and bustle of China Town in every city ...
No sleep land in CDG at 6 am Toronto time, 1pm Paris time Crazy trip on the RER B and a bit sketchy when we get to Gare Nord The Metro was zany - too many stairs with way too heavy luggage - note to self, next time don't romanticize your time in Paris 30 year ago and opt for a taxi we left the kids in Hotel Ares (with WiFi) to take a nap and Gav and i walked to the Eiffel Tower A leisurely glass of wine on the promenade and all is ...
... not where I can see it... now in traffic traveling 120Kph in a 100 zone... Thrust Tom at CJ.. Here navigate... Tom says to turn left into Roberts Rd Subiaco.... they are all against me... searching for satalites.. by this time I am geting pins and needles in my fingers from hyperventilating....
Tom gets his act together and realizes he is in the northern hemisphere.. starts to indicate direction of travel
"But I am in the left ...
... by the TSA, we sat in an empty airport. It was just flight 8618 and some Starbucks employees. And we waited. When we finally boarded a plane the size of a torpedo tube headed for Toronto, I couldn't help but notice how thin that outer wall was. After more waiting, our 6 o'clock flight finally took off at 6:30. We were first and last in line for take-off. Just us for as far as I could see.
One row behind me across ...