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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... a Presto card its actually worthwhile.
Mostly there were solo or business travelers on the train. The pricing of $30 one way without a Presto card is not conducive to families or tourists that dont have the presto card. Otherwise I would certainly use it again for my next trip, but only one way heading into the ...
... and works in a hospital for wounded war veterans and has a relationship with wheelchair bound Luke; masterfully played by Jon Voight. This anti-war film really shows you how men have been scarred for life and for what? It calls on a stop to senseless war.
I had a sleep in and woke up at 10, as I had gone to bed at 2 because of the film. I went to the supermarket, had my salmon sandwiches, orange and leftover yoghurt from yesterday, ...
... our final day in Toronto the sun shone from morning until night. We spent the first few hours of it sitting on the harbour front watching the ships sail around. After that we went for a lovely lunch at a waterside restaurant, the Amsterdam Brewhouse. The day was passing us by! Later on we found the brewery of the local beer I'd been drinking since arriving and decided to take the tour. It turned out to be very interesting, plus they gave us a few free beers! It's ...
One small room is free to the public and had many ceramics in wood carved display cases. The central glass cube atrium is free for the public to visit.
Finally the giftshop was quite interesting with many Persian style ceramics on display and for sale. ...
... with the energy of a Duracell bunny, I
decided to check out the Chazen. This was another art museum, but as they were
all free, well, a ‘voluntary donation’, I thought I’d give it a go! Some bits
were rather strange, with a black ash skull, and a mannequin hanging upside
down, with her head attached to a bird cage. Again, what’s with all the
mannequins! However, some of it was great, with beautiful paintings. Finally, I topped ...