Hotel Carlingview Toronto Airport
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... the weather forecast had said it was going to be raining all day. When we saw the sun was out we made the most of it and headed to the Casa Loma a big castle that was brought and lived in by an extremely rich guy. The building was really impressive so we just walked around outside. The area that the building was there were really kewl brick houses with walls full of ivory. We were hungry by then so went to the Kensington Market where we had Vietnamese for a late lunch. It ...
... there is a flock of geese flying through the air and, seemingly, about ready to land on unsuspecting shoppers. This photo doesn't really do justice to how absolutely wonderful and magical this is. I was very happy to see them again.
From there, we headed up the street and past the Old City Hall. (That's what the sign outside said.) It now houses the local courts and other offices. It's very "Old World" and English, ...
... fine and because we had to walk farther to our gate we found this great spot that has all these iPads that are FREE to use! So we are now charging and saving our batteries while using the iPads!
That's it for now, but we shall update again from Hong Kong after our 14 hour flight. Everyone pray for a tail wind so we can get there faster :D
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I've made it to Toronto, where I'm staying with AIM's short term mobilizer's Murray and Diana. I'm joined by several other 'short-termers' (a term you'll get used to, if you stick with me here on my TravelPod) ...
... in A I saw a sign to go to the shuttle for F. An employee said take the shuttle, it only takes 5 min and we would not need to go thru security again. I ran down the stairs and hopped on the shuttle just as the doors were shutting. Finally some good luck. I got to my gate just as boarding was starting.
Once in Toronto the fun was not over yet, there was a rental car to take care of. Because I was on a very limited budget to get ...