BEST WESTERN PLUS Milton
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... management hats on...shut off check) Found more drinks - check Discovered new Brunswick is closer than Niagara Falls to Boston. Its time.. Opening with "Grace too". The evening was amazing.. Went back to Uno for appetizers and water, and Allie insisted on a skillet baked chocolace cookie. Allie insisted tina was hammered and hacked her phone.. 😉 Sent from Samsung ...
One Month and Counting..... Where will we stay? Where will we eat? Who will we meet? So many questions. Why are we going? Why to see @thehipdotcom of course. Oh - and it's Tina's Birthday that same week. AND seeing the @thehipdotcom is on her bucket list. For me, why NOT see @thehipdotcom again? In a different city, a city I have never been too. I am totally in it for Tina too. Her first time, why wouldn't she want to see them with me, their #numberonefan?!? Until next time ... ...
... and can't wait to be surrounded by passionate Toronto Maple Leaf fans. We were watching a game on tele earlier, and with the team heading towards their second loss of the season (yes, the second) one fan, clearly feeling let down, stood up, tore off his Maple Leafs jersey, flung it onto the ice and stormed out. Could be very interesting... and in the very least, will give me plenty of things to keep me entertained if the game gets ...
... the time zone before finally succumbing to the yawns and heading to bed at 5am English time. The next day, now regulated to Canadian time we were up and ready to explore on a gloriously sunny day. We headed off in the direction of downtown using the iconic CN tower as reference point. We couldn't resist a hotdog vender so had the first touristy photo op of the day! We booked a meal in the revolving restaurant in the 150 story tower for one and had a little ...
Further south of the QEW highway was the Canadian Sufi Centre. A rather unassuming building from the exterior it is lavishly furnished with large Persian rugs and Turkish ceramic wall tiles. It was reminiscent of 'Tekke's' I had visited in the Balkans, I explained to one of the hosts.