Days Hotel and Conference Centre - Toronto Don Valley
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... I had not had enough already) I found everything from normal cold drinks such as cola right up to large bottles of champagne. However after looking at the prices of such items I decided to leave them be as even a bottle of water cost $9!! On top of all that there is even a laptop on the table for ones own personal use.
After what started out as a rather boring day it all turned into a great evening and one that I will never forget.
And that's it from another day on this ...
... going to the airport. I realized he was taking us to Pearson International Airport, about 20 km away. I told him again that our street was off Bathurst street, which he would have known, so even though I didn't stipulate Billy Bishop Airport, Bathurst street runs right off Toronto Island. We were stuck on the freeway though, so the meter kept rising another $5 and at $20 (the last cab downtown was $8), I asked him to stop the meter. He said he wouldn't because I ...
... to go inside you have to take off all your layers as everywhere inside is heated and you have to carry your jacket and scarf around the shops which is a pain.
We went to a local market last Saturday and it started snowing while we were there. That was the first time it had snowed and settled since we had arrived. It was so lovely to watch it falling. It only lasted an afternoon as it rained that night and it all melted or turned into slush! It had snowed the ...
... two weeks, and more exams on the horizon, it ain’t
easy. But here’s to a challenge eh? Fall break is fast approaching, where they
kindly give us two days off. I’m heading to Quebec, and am very excited about
that. I’ll keep you updated when I eventually re-emerge from my library cocoon.
Keep the news coming, I love hearing from you guys. Much love from the land of maple syrup and doughnuts,
... set up coastal trading centres. In the 1600’s, British interests were formalized into the East India Company which lasted for many years. After many years of turmoil, on June 3, 1947 Britain announced the partitioning of British India into India and Pakistan forcing Muslims north into Pakistan and Hindus and Sikhs south into India. This became official on August 15, 1947 when India became an independent nation.On this trip we will see evidence of ...