BEST WESTERN PLUS Travel Hotel Toronto Airport
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Thursday, March 17
I left Edmonton at 2:20 PM for my flight to Toronto and arrived four hours later. By the time I got my luggage and a shuttle to my hotel, it was 9:40 PM local time. I checked in and was told the restaurant in the hotel is open until 10:00 PM, but just as I approached the doors, the "open" sign switched off and the doors …
... the Court Hearing Room, to the stuffed eagle
mascot of the Senate room! Having done American politics last year, it was
surreal to see the rooms where it all takes place. All in all, a fine day of
sightseeing. Check these places out if you happen to pop by Madison any time...After
exhausting the tourist trail, I wandered around the quaint little bookshops
before leaving to satisfy my caffeine addiction.
The following day, Hannah and I got on a ...
... an early start. During packing I realised there was something odd about the info we had for the accommodation in Hawaii. The dates shown on the print out were for July! We scrabbled to load up the email and confirmed we had made a mistake - although luckily had only paid a small deposit, not the whole thing up front, so hurrah for small miracles. We headed down to the local library to print our boarding passes and try and fix the ...
... the Canadian side of the falls, which in my opinion has somewhat spoilt the experience, however, for some reason I think he was still surprised not to find the falls in the Canadian wilderness. Nonetheless we really had a fun day driving down there and we drove back home via Niagara-on-the-Lake - a beautifully preserved colonial town where the Niagara River meets Lake Ontario. Finally our last day was spent walking around downtown Toronto and the harbour front. We ...
It is early afternoon and I am about to take off.
I have not had a wink of sleep for near twenty-four hours, however the satisfaction of having parsed down my to-do list is well worth the daze I currently find myself swimming in.
My aim is to drive to Waterloo, where a few years ago I studied, and to fluidly blend into the student body to sneak a good nap in a library soft chair.