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Travel Blogs from Toronto
... m able to bring all this stuff on the plane; otherwise it is going to be a messy airport tomorrow morning. Along with gear and clothing, getting my paper work together is a whole other story.
As I lay my head down I’m trying to make a list of things I need to do first thing in the morning, however my eyes are burning from being so tired I can’t keep them open any longer. I’m sure it will be an interesting morning, till ...
... confusion about where the plane actually was and which gate it was going to finally arrive at. We boarded easily and settled in for the flight. How did we ever survive without audio entertainment in the past? I watched a show about weddings (what else is there?) and one about a pageant in Wisconsin for Women aged 58 and up. I believe the oldest contestant was 92! A great way to pass the time!
... on, we came to a lovely old home that had some historical significance, but I'm afraid that can't remember what. I do remember Margaret telling me that the iron fence around it was spared during the Second World War (when all other available iron was being remade into armament) because of that history. The fence was put up when the house stood alone amidst a huge cattle grazing area, and these gates were cleverly designed to ...
... of all reservations, itineraries and maps.
- Rick Steve's guide books
- Small notepad and pen
- Tablet for reading
- Smart phone
- Video camera
- Plug adapters
- A bunch of different sized sealable clear baggies and elastics (for bringing back cosmetics on the plane, packing up pic-nic left-overs, store away stinky shoes, contain ice from the hotel kitchen to ...
... engagement with all key stakeholders to ensure its success. Junior Academy Junior Academy (junioracademy.com) is a boutique "owner operated" private school catering for around 100 students from Kindergarten to Grade 8. I only had the opportunity to visit briefly but in that time observed some very interesting and innovative practice. The school, which is comprised of one large building was completed in 2009. Given the relatively tight space, the architects ...
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Midtown, Toronto | Hotelfrom $74
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Rosedale, Toronto | Hotelfrom $55
Downtown, Toronto | Hotelfrom $50
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