BEST WESTERN PLUS Executive Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I also did quite a lot of walking around different neighborhoods and had my first visit to an IKEA store. I think Toronto would have been quite boring if I hadn’t known people here as there isn’t so much to do. On my last day we went to Toronto Islands which is an island in front of Toronto. From here there is a really nice view of the city and we watched an amazing ...
... had to get off the train with our bags and as I stood in the queue and saw everyone else holding their forms I knew we had made a mistake. I didn't even have the form with me to fill out as I had left it on the train. As we got closer to the front of the queue and I heard the level of interrogation the passengers were getting I started to fill with dread. I have experienced Canadian border control before when I went to visit Tash. They interrogated the life out of me and by the end ...
... After that they went on the MASSIVE RollerCoaster that was so tall it was as high as the FearFall next to it! it went all the way up REALLY high and went vertically down! It was insane! Because we didn't know if mum could go on the RollerCoasters me and mum went on the pirate ship ride which was pretty cool. After that Declan went on the bat! Its an awesome RollerCoaster that goes Upside down and stuff and then does it backwards! We then decided to split off because ...
... this sentence; It is completely, legitimately certain- unless the sky should fall next week, of course. I thought to myself how this uttered phrase was so similar to my own approach towards life: somehow I manage an incredible emotional alchemy, combining an adamantine hope with an endless pessimism. My glass is half empty and half full all at once, all of the time: I gaze and gaze at it, trying and failing to make up my mind once and for ...
... in the distance. We started our trip to Toronto avoiding the motorway but we were just in suburban streets with shops along the side. had thought we might get a lake view. Went onto the highway to Hamilton where we drove around a little in the centre of town. It had tall buildings and low rise like any other city.
Took the QEW freeway towards Toronto and got off just after Mississauga to start looking for a motel. Stopped at Starbucks for coffee and wifi. Tried to book ...