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Travel Blogs from Toronto
... an official, but we cleared and my status officially transferred to ‘student’, I was beyond relieved. The rest of the day has been an epic drive, we currently a couple hours past Pittsburgh, its 7:30 pm and we are still 3.5hrs away…ech. Anyway I think it is just about my turn to drive…
Ok so arrived home safely at 11pm, what an epic trip! Casual 15 hr drive back, but have to say couldn’t of picked two better people to do the trip with, Xavi and Sophia you guys ...
... Swiss Air opened to be able to check I and then head through customers and screening. The first fight from Paris to Zurich wasn't to bad at. All as it was only a 50 minute flight, but then we had to walk from terminal A to terminal E (catch the air train to get to E). By the time we got to our gate for our flight from Zurich to JFK we only really had 20 or so minutes before we had to board for the next flight, enough time to change from long paints into shirts as it was so hot ...
Thursday evening the campers are standing by the CN Tower once
again, this time we are all ready for the baseball game, Toronto Blue
Jays vs. Los Angeles Dodgers. Everyone is excited, I myself am jumping
around like a little kid as well. I have never been to a baseball game
and seeing the Rogers Center is a first one for me, too.
Before the game starts we are preparing ourselves with tattoos, hats, ...
... the plague of locusts were supposed to: from nowhere and with intent. I waited my turn and headed straight to my window seat, where I’d unwittingly stay seemingly statue-like for the next 7 hours as I managed to sleep for the duration of the flight. I’m not sure I’d have been much use in an emergency, because my first attack of selective narcolepsy appeared before the in-flight safety video had even started. ...
but in winter, it is home to a festival of lights and the city's busiest ice skating rink.
Every winter, the square’s large reflective pool is turned into an outdoor skating rink - the perfect place to embrace the cold weather and participate in the ultimate Canadian pastime. Visitors can rent skates or bring their ...
Other places to stay in Toronto
Queen West, Toronto | Hotelfrom $81
Yorkville, Toronto | Hotelfrom $71
Midtown, Toronto | Hotelfrom $74
Downtown, Toronto | Hotelfrom $40
Rosedale, Toronto | Hotelfrom $55
Downtown, Toronto | Hotelfrom $50
Downtown Toronto, Toronto | Hotelfrom $110
Downtown, Toronto | Hotelfrom $60