Courtyard By Marriott Toronto Vaughan
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Today I got up and had cereal. Then went downstairs to watch a movie. I watched spy with Melissa McCarthy. Oh my god it was hilarious. I was laughing actually out loud and in stitches. So good. Ang got home and we chilled out and got ready slow. Then we went to a pumpkin farm. It was amazing. We got coffee (French vanilla tims today) and drove for ages! So much driving, but it was good to see the different areas. The streets are lined with trees starting to change colour ...
More roads blocked for a protest . . . Save the Foxes! A little time checking out the Parliament Buildings, Big Ben, and more...
Then, a walk along the Ladies Bridge (Waterloo Bridge) with fantastic views of the city skyline, including the ...
... in advance. Each night's lodging involves checking several websites, several times each, over a number of days, in search of the best deal. (This is not done by me, I don't have the patience for it). Then upon arrival, there is usually ample cause for second guessing. Focusing on the bathroom alone, there are at least a dozen ways it can fall short of perfection: spaciousness, lighting, water temperature, water pressure, towels, flush factor, floor mat, ...
... I wasn’t really expecting, with
intricate detail. Apparently the models of British ships were made by French
prisoners of war. Felt like it was rubbing it in a bit…hey, build models of the
ships we destroyed you with!
I was kindly invited
over by a friend of my neighbours back home for dinner with her son last
Saturday night. I enjoyed a luxurious roast, good company and of course,
watched a bit of baseball! ...
... from the Canadian Judicial offices....I plan to do more traveling in future and I won't always have long layovers to get me through the US Customs procedures.
Once again, I was reminded that everything happens for a reason....There I was wishing I didn't have such a long layover in Toronto, but it turns out I needed that time and, without it, I wouldn't have made my connecting flight(s) and it would have taken a lot of finagling to re-plan my excursion.