Comfort Inn East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn East Scarborough
Good range of food for breakfast.
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... CULTURE: Don’t point your feet at people. Feet are considered to be unclean and therefore it's important to avoid pointing your feet at people, or touching people or objects (particularly books) with your feet or shoes. If you accidentally do so, you should apologize straight away. Also, note that Indians will often touch their head or eyes as a show of apology. On the other hand, it's a sign of respect to bend down and touch an elder person's feet ...
... the family who live in Toronto make their way home (Jerry is in Montreal), first Jason, Uncle Jaime, Jono then James and Christine. Its so good to see my family after years. I hadn't seen Jason for 13 years and Jono for 10 years. Some things have changed and some stay the same but we spend the afternoon and night catching up and planning our outing for the next day.
We end the night watching Xmen: days of future past and I am glued to the tv as my other beloved (Hugh ...
... where Will's sister, Laurie, was going to join us for a local escape from home (Gary likes to swim so this was the perfect opportunity). The Springhill Suites was ideally set up for all 6 of us, with 2 double beds and a sofabed.
We all loved the modern, trendy design. Everything about the hotel impressed us. The pool was small but so relaxing and fun to be in. (We ended up spending just 1.5 hours in the pool after driving 4 hours to swim!).
... can't hold luggage for all the people it carries.
So here is my carry-on bag's contents:
1. All meds, including non-prescription meds
2. Chapeau and bandana and earphones
3. In a cube: three gidge, two socks, 1 polo, 1 tee, 1 tilley long sleeve, pj pants and tshirt
4. All power cords (i pad, i phone, camera, pulse)
5. In a baggie: Shampoo, facewash, hair goober, ...
... for the most important part of me actually being allowed into the country.
Passport firmly, and I mean FIRMLY, in hand we made our way to immigration. It was more fun than I thought telling the staff that I didn't have a return flight and that I didn't know how long I'll be staying, or where. Apparently they get that a lot, but I never thought I would be the one brave enough to be in that situation saying it!