Days Hotel and Conference Centre - Toronto Don Valley
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... get out of a moving vehicle alive!
If you want to delight your palate, you will not be disappointed. We did not have to worry about the food being too spicy or getting sick at all
Begging was an issue of course, but we did not find that it was any different than other countries we have traveled to over the past 6 years
Thanks everyone for sharing in our adventures! Hope you enjoyed the blog as much as we enjoyed writing ...
... br> A surprising inclusion were Crimean Tatars. They were getting lots of cheer and words of support in Ukrainian from the onlooking crowds
Canada has a big Ukrainian population going back to before WWI. In university I wrote a paper ...
... now owned by the Germans.
Breakfast was eggy toast at Aroma Cafe. They make the bread onsite and it makes a difference.
In many cases the amount of choices are overwhelming. The sometimes well done and otherwise not sense of branding doesn't help. When there are three restaurants in town, simply avoid the one that isn't busy. Or in Cape Breton Highlands, pick the simplest looking one.
Fancy logos and creative signage don't mean much if the cook is incompetent. ...
... the first thing we wanted to see and go up was the CN Tower. As it used to be the tallest structure in the world you can imagine it was pretty high and people who may know me, heights is not my strong point at all, but once you are at the top of the CN Tower you are just amazed at the views you can see and how far in the distance you can see, as it was a clear blue day you could see for miles and miles. Looking down was not so easy though, they had a class ...
Hello everyone! Sorry its been so long for an update on how things are going over here.
Anyways straight to it!
I thought coming from New Zealand I might give rugby a crack over here. I thought it would be a bit harder to get into the team given I missed trials and whatnot, but nevertheless I got into the team. The guys in the team are awesome, all very friendly and rather happy to have a big kiwi on board - although they were ...