Comfort Inn - Highway 401
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Thursday, we caught a double-decker train into the centre of Toronto, which is being massively renovated! A little off putting! But their tower is magnificent and such a lot of interesting sculptures dotted everywhere. Lovely. Visited the old market and had glorious grilled salmon! Yum! Wandered off to a square in front of a multi story building which turned out to be City Hall and were surprised at the crowds in the ...
... of days) or some kind of fish woman. Many of the islands are privately owned and have homes or summer cottages. There are some really extravagant places too.
We stayed in a nice campground (Birch Haven Campground) that sits right on the river. There are lots of "permanent’ trailers there that are obviously used as summer and weekend getaway spots. We had a nice quiet evening in a comfortable ...
... good things to eat. There were souvenirs and handicrafts and even a livestock market where farmers could come and buy and sell their cows and other livestock.
AJ and BJ said hello to the animals and wished that they had more time to make friends. As they explored the market they came across a carriage being pulled by two horses just like the ones they had seen when the van had been driving from farm to farm. AJ and BJ got up on the fence and said "Hello," to the horses.
... go back some time. We drove to Fort Henry instead and skyped my mum along the way. Nikki showed us where one of her friends fell in the moat there. Of course it was empty and he was drunk but he was there for two nights. Cheaper than a hotel I suppose. On the way back we picked up donuts and we made the Angel Delight for them that we had found in the British store. Today was our last day here. We are getting the bus to Whitby tonight ...
... thoughts but didn't have the chance to speak. Also, I need to know how to calm the "more extroverted" ones down, so they can sit back, think and consider the ideas of their peers.
There are a few incidents here that made me really want to shut myself back into my hamster ball.
I was in a marketing class, sitting next to a very loud and buff caucasian guy. During pair discussion, while munching on ...