Comfort Inn Toronto North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today we were proper tourists visiting the CN Tower in Toronto and taking in the views! It was nice to relax and spend time with one another. There were 360• views at the top and a section of the floor was made of glass! Luckily we did not need to climb the 1,776 stairs to the top!! The group had a scare whilst on the glass floor though as Ady had a bottle of coke in his jacket pocket and it fell out as he sat down on the ...
... and head north on Dixie [since there is no 401 exit for Dixie] but found the hotel in due course. I've stayed here before.
Some computer time, a tea and a quick shower was the bulk of the less than two hours in the room before conking out.
One warning: wifi is likely to be in some places non-existent and in others tempermental at best but I will try to keep the blog as current as technology allows.
On Monday we packed and said so long to Pierre fond and Montreal for our last driving leg of our east coast adventure. Within an hour we had crossed the border into Ontario and no more confusion over French instructions in underground parking. The trip was great although we had concerns about crossing through Toronto at the end of a long weekend. Sure enough traffic started getting heavy about an hour east of Toronto ...
... a very tasty crepe shop, with proper French servers and
everything! I politely tried out my best French, remembering only ‘merci’ and ‘je
deteste pollution’ from year 6 French. They
smiled politely, a little perplexed, and I ran out of there, proud of my
cultural sophistication or lack thereof.
That evening, I was drawn into Sneaky Dees with its offer of
lots of nachos and cheap drinks. For those beer lovers amongst you, ...