Dundas Square Hotel
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Nachdem ich unter der Woche noch viel für Uniprojekte gearbeitet hatte, ging es Samstag erst einmal mit den Familien vom Familienzentrum, bei welchem ich arbeite, zur cabane de sucre. Mit dem Bus ging es also aufs Land zu einer großen Holzhütte, dort gab es dann drei Gänge zu essen und das Hauptziel bestand darin, so viel Ahornsirop wie nur möglich …
... any other vehicles marked as taxi or cab, so we were off and away. I told the driver 27 Brock Avenue Toronto, having memorised the address. The driver did not know the street so entered it into his GPS. It was at that point I started to wake up a bit and take more notice. I looked around for a meter but could not see one. After a while, I asked the driver where the meter was and he explained that the fare from the airport was a flat rate. "And what might that rate be?", I asked. ...
... br> stuff about immigrants, and of course cheese and farming! I should probably
mention here that Wisconsin is the dairy state, and rather obsessed with their
cheese curds. Everywhere you look, they are selling t-shirts about their
cheese, their fish Fridays and University of Wisconsin merchandise. Especially
Uni merchandise, in essentially every other shop in existence! So the museum,
in a desperate bid to counter this monotony, introduced me to ...
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On landing we had to go thru security screening again as Canada does not meet European security standards. I had been given a bottle of Icelandic bottled water on the plane but security insisted I had to throw it out even though their own airline had given it to me on the plane.
... tour. When I arrived at the museum with 3 hours to take in all of the Canadian history. The tour guide was very informative. He gave all of us on the tour a great insight into the city of Toronto. Time passed quickly and before I knew it was time to head off to my next activity.
The Bungee jump was brilliant, I think my students would enjoy this type of activity but I will make sure that they all have parents’ permission before they give this ago. The time ...