Comfort Inn Meadowvale Mississauga
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... quite suddenly. And then his credit card machine did not work and I believe we were charged twice.
Things improved considerably inside Pearson. We checked in at the first class desk and then with our Nexus cards zoomed through Customs and Security to the Maple Leaf lounge. This is really the first time I have felt the benefits of Nexus.
United Flight 6146 was an Embrauer 145. In this tiny plane Richard has to duck when ...
... as it is feels very odd to be swimming in non salty water! Before Anna left she bought a monopoly card game off amazon. We decided to play this on the beach which almost crew a crowd with everyone very interested in what we were playing! I warn anyone now thinking of getting it - it is VERY addictive! We dealt a few more rounds, munched our snacks, had another little paddle then headed back to the bus stop to head home again. We had another wait ...
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... of course revisiting the old town and port. Four days later it was time to say a goodbye and board another train, this time to Quebec City. The 'Old Town' of QC, located on the tip of Cap Diamant overlooking the Saint Lawrence River, is one of the oldest European settlements in North America and easily one of the most gorgeous. We stayed in an area of QC called Montcalm, 15-20 minutes walk to the Old Town. Most local Québécois live outside the walls of the Old ...
... before blasting out the best compilation of 80's rock I have ever heard.
Although the majority of the crowd were school children, the atmosphere was brilliant, cheering, booing and clear camera posing for the big screen as camera zoomed in. (I wish UK field trips consisted of sports games when I was at school).
The U of T conceded the first goal, but managed to come back from 3 - 1 ...