Courtyard By Marriott Toronto Airport
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... from anywhere we had visited prior. We thoroughly enjoyed our three and a half months in Europe, including six weeks spent traveling with our sister, Erenna. Living in Berlin for a month was great as we enjoyed more of a social life there than we do in a year in Toronto. The Balkan countries were really interesting for us as we ...
... hitting the half way mark of the trip and it's going extremely quickly. My sister has been wonderful. Kind and supportive and being with her is fantastic. Getting to know my nieces and seeing the people they are becoming has been lovely. I could not have asked for more. I'm going to finish this soon as its making me sad to think of it ending. But tomorrow we leave for NewYork...Which will be another one to tick off my bucket ...
Wednesday .The flight went well and losing a few hours by the time we arrived it was time for a shower and off to bed. Thursday morning a coach drive through busy streets of Toronto with the new tour Director pointing out the sights then off to and up to the highest tower in the Western Hemisphere we are advised but question if it has been surpassed. The views were good after which ...
Well, we've been counting down to this trip for what feels like ages now, and here we are, sitting at the gate. Have to say, I'm very impressed with what Air Canada has done with its international gates. Nice tables set up, each with power, and iPads for each seat. Geoff and Trevor have started their first game of rummy, and Erica has started in on her sudoku. I've just been challenged to a game of speed by Jackie, so I'll continue ...
... to healthy profits from his investments in both companies.
By 1901, Pellatt was chairman of 21 companies with interests in mining, insurance, land, and electricity. In 1902, he and his partners won the rights to build the first Canadian hydro-generating plant at Niagara Falls. He was knighted in 1905 for his military service with the Queen's Own Rifles.
Pellatt's Midas touch continued through most of his business life. ...