Neill-Wycik College Hotel
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... could be clean and beige with no sense of any danger except getting lost and having to stay in this rather uninteresting maze forever.
The main train concourse of Union Station is impressive, huge curved roof over a cavernous booking hall. Today though the booking hall was full of panicked looking commuters running across the booking hall all wearing surgical masks over their nose and mouth, and a couple of middle aged men screaming at each other in ...
... Created from millions of tons of 'waste' soil deposited in Lake Ontario just off the Toronto shore, these islands are full of trees, green space and beaches. A large number of quirky properties (all leasehold as the City owns the land) exist in one area, with narrow paths instead of roads creating the familiar but scaled down block and grid layout. Islanders don't have motor vehicles - and there is a small fire/ambulance station on the island due to it ...
... 2 cars were unpacked, 8 beds were made and a variety of meat and vegetarian meals were produced and consumed and we all fell into bed with some relief.
As a footnote so that it may never be forgotton: those steaks David whipped up in mere magic moments were almost certainly the best beef barbequed ever. It's only down from there, we've assumed. Totally memorable. We were still discussing them days later!
... the lakes, chirping birds, white marble sculptures, brilliant sunshine were wonderful moments of taking your breath away.
Back to the city of Amsterdam was noon time, I took my lunch at Cheese factory with a lovely city view. Leisurely street walk was a harvesting feast -- all sorts of small business, sidewalk cafes, bars and snack vendors.