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Travel Blogs from King City
... away, sitting at the school's old staircase and overlooking the new football field as the sun is setting. Oh, how I missed Timmy's!!! The little Tim-bits just perfectly suit my chocolate cravings and I am a bit lightheaded by the sugar overflow. Everything here is so much sweeter and sugar-loaded than back home.
My little evening celebration abruptly ends as the first summer camp kids are arriving from the airport, they have been picked up by the ...
... look around. We then decide to walk to the Arc de Triomphe as we are eating way too much good food!! Our map reading at times resembles our driving map reading of last week.......and we seem to take the long way to get from A to B. But on asking a police officer in French which way to the Champs d' Élysées? He responded..... in English that it was right over there!!!! Off we strolled up the tree canopied street where shops begged us to enter. We showed restrain but ...
... it started to rain. Then we headed to the VIA Union Station. We could see all the places that the VIA could travel. We headed back to TTC Union Station. But we didn't go northbound to Finch, we went northbound to Downsview. We passed St. Andrew, Osgoode, St. Patrick, Queen's Park, Museum and St. George. Then, we transferred to the ...
My trip to Cuba was the most exciting trip with my family.
I enjoyed our stay at the Brisas Del Caribe a lot.
The hotel had a beach attached, it was spectacular.
I really enjoyed the scenic beauty with tropical plants and foods.
The food was so fresh and awesome.
Trip to Havana was also great.
The city of Havana have a really scenic architecture.
I would love to travel to Cuba once more.
... Blvd east. There are three entrance points (at the traffic lights) to Exhibition Place from Lake Shore Boulevard? British Columbia Drive, Ontario Drive and Newfoundland Drive.
From the North: Take Highway 400 into Toronto, exiting onto Highway 401 West Continue until you reach Highway 427 southbound. Follow Highway 427 to downtown via the QEW/Gardiner Expressway. Follow the QEW into Toronto, where it ...