Residence & Conference Centre - Toronto
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... up, and they would only check in First and Business. Hence the good news. We were through in two minutes, and headed off to the lounge before the Revolution. Let them drink Starbucks. A lot of very, very, unhappy Economy Class customers. The news gets better. Beautiful BA lounge, with a dining room. We can have a full dinner before we board, or dine on board (or both if so inclined). A well stocked bar, help yourself. We are currently enjoying a well deserved ...
... a year. We actually got a chance to see how a booking is done in the GDS and the role Supplier Relations plays in the whole process.
That afternoon, we were given the seemingly impossible task of coming up with an investment opportunity (be it a product, process or service) for our investors who have endless amounts of resources, financially and otherwise. That same afternoon, at 3:30pm, we had to come up with a ...
Hello everyone! I am writing from Toronto!
Today we woke up at Hyla's house and got on the subway to a bus which took us to Canada's Wonderland!! YAY! We were so excited and when we finally got there only two of us could go in because we thought that you only had to pay to go on rides. We had to wait in line for two more tickets which was a shame. When we got into the park Declan and Dad went on a Medium difficulty RollerCoaster Which went loop de loop and side to ...
... Following is a range of prices in US$: - coke/sprite 3.00 to 5.50 per bottle - toilet roll (which we also used as Kleenex as it was too expensive to purchase tissue!) 1.25 to 4.00 per roll - hot shower (we only had one on the trek - yikes!) 4.00 each - Internet 5.00 unlimited access, to 5.00 per hour - batter charge 1.00 for a full charge, to 3.50 per ...
... of cider. My gosh did
my fellow tourists enjoy their free cider! Massive jugs were thrust in front of the
tap. Our farmer chappie, who I will affectionately name Canadian old MacDonald,
feeds the apples to the deers! What a lucky bunch they are. I reckon the
Ashridge deer are pretty jealous, as they resign themselves to getting hit by
golfballs from Berko golf course.
We had some free time, which we duly spent checking ...