Comfort Inn Toronto North
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... I’m no fool. I stayed in bed with Man. She opened the bedroom door and went downstairs. I stayed in bed with Man, even when I heard her calling me. I could tell how cold it was outside, and I preferred the bed. Then Man told me to go. Not going. Lady called me again. Not going. Finally, Man shooed me out of bed so I went to the top of the stairs to see what she wanted. She was putting ...
... might as well just follow her to the bathroom. Then she eats. I sit. Nothin’. He eats. I sit. Nothin’. Nothin’. Guess I’ll just have a nap.
Next thing I know, it’s afternoon walk time. I want Lady to come, but Man is taking me. Need some entertainment. Think I will play with these dried flowers next to my white couch. I tell them to be quiet but Lady hears. Heck, she ...
... costs. Of course we don’t have the luxury of a lift or inspection pit to make getting at the underside of the car any easier to do this job. So our usual tactic is to find a bit of wasteland out of the public view and away from built up areas and human habitation etc, and dig a hole in the ground. The theory is that the old oil will pour neatly and not too messily down the hole if the car has been correctly positioned over the hole. Sounds simple enough? Well, judging how ...
... had what way to look printed on them! We were surprised at how few people spoke English as their first language and how much people smoked. Coming from a non-smoking city (not smoking friendly, I should say), this was a shock. The chocolate was amazing and I really wish we could have brought some home with us. I was also surprised about how tall the bathtubs were and that I was risking my life to get in and out of them. Mark is shocked that you had to boon ...
... observation tower the attendant told us information about how fast we were rising and how far whilst we had a look outside as the city became further and further away from us. The first observation deck is inside with windows and gives you access to the restaurants and other decks. It was a nice view but not 360 degrees. We headed down a flight of stairs to the glass floor; like all glass floors in really high buildings it's a little scary to step on it but once you are on ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed