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When embarking on such an extensive and intensive journey, preparation resembles a military strategic planning operation. Each phase of our upcoming trip has been researched and put into place, each bag item considered and reconsidered. Baggage weight is a key consideration, and 'nice to have' gives way to 'need to have'. All this done ...
... imagine yourself in Loth Lorien, with Lady Arwen just around the corner...
Howard is determined that I see as much of Toronto as possible, and, since he isn't driving any longer and Margaret doesn't drive either, I was both tourist and designated driver. Here are some of the things I've learned about this beautiful city, both while driving around and researching a bit online:
- Toronto has the second-highest percentage ...
... in the suitcase.
- Pack your cosmetics in two bags. One for liquids and one for non-liquids. Put the liquids bag in an easy to reach pocket (i.e.: outside pocket of the suitcase) for when going through security.
- I am REALLY glad I packed light. I permitted us to go faster sight-seeing and enjoy our time more and not worry about carrying a big heavy luggage as much. Not all hotels/subway stations have escalators or elevators, and carrying ...
... is that other drivers tend to give you loads of space..
After 4 wrong turns and many illegal U turns we get into the mayhem which is Toronto traffic..
Finally arriving at the Holiday Inn hotel and are directed into a dim cavern masquerading as a garage..
At this stage I don't care all I want is away from that infernal car..
Get the lift up to the lobby and check in.."do you have a car"? I consider disowning it..
We can validate your ...
... and took lots of photos. There were lots of tourists around - all different nationalities. We saw some Amish people - bonnets on the girls, bowl cuts on the boys. Goodness the seagulls are big!! The are hovering over the water below, diving for fish, and then come up and look at the tourists every now and then. In Montreal, the pigeons were also big. They were so fat. I don't know if they were well fed or just had their feathers puffed out to keep warm. Like ...
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