BEST WESTERN PLUS Durham Hotel & Conference Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... a cloud in the sky so I decided to go up the CN tower. Being a Sunday it was a bit busy and I had to queue up for about 20 minutes. The glass walled and floored lift whizzes you up to the Lookout level, at a height of 1,122ft and travelling at a speed of 15mph only takes 58 seconds to reach this level. After sampling the sights at this level you then take a second lift that takes you up to ...
... seemingly all chinese staff to the blue patterned vases on display in the lobby. room 1115 is a nice suite ( derek up to his tricks again) w a half dozen gorgeous macarons in a box and plate of fresh fruit waiting in the room. was up at 6 so rather tired but made it to the gym for a 30min session to atone for the rubbish i have been eating all day. no more corn kernel snacks. we have dinner booked at hotel resto ...
Having decided to settle back in Toronto for family the priorities were to find a job back in the insurance industry and a condo in Toronto as commuting from my families suburban home would be a nightmare.
Late October I called my old head hunter since 2002 just to touch base to see how the industry was as I was still applying to overseas teaching jobs and debating ...
... Terry was interested to know and we both liked the same places. Vancouver is a lovely city, Vancouver Island would be great to go back to again so such to see, the Rockies were breathtaking, towns we stayed at around Lake Superior, Algonquin Provincial Park and surrounding areas mad magnificent views, Old Quebec was magical, Hopewell Cape where we walked on the ocean floor, red coastline of Prince Edward Island, Cabot Trail on Cape Breton Island so many hiking ...
... to pop in and have a look but what I could see of the queue (before it disappeared into a carpark) was buge. And not even moving. I heard later on the TV they expect 100,000 people to attend over the weekend. The queue will only be bigger the next time I'm here on Saturday. The rest of the evening I spent messing around on tinterweb. I tried for an early night, but with such a good lie in I doubt I'll drop off ...