Days Hotel and Conference Centre - Toronto Don Valley
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... of hours I was transported back home to my beloved south of England, they even mentioned Hertfordshire! It’s finally getting the recognition it deserves!
Well, apart from a lovely church service today, that’s all folks! Thanks for your encouraging comments about this blog. Please keep in touch, I love hearing from you.
Kind regards, thank you very muchly (I’m going more British the longer I’m out here…)
... to the CN Tower and choose not to pay to go up. We take some snaps around the area but its hard to find an interesting angle to shoot the tower especially with all the tourists around.
Stop 2 was the Rogers Stadium aka the Bluejays home. Nothing too exciting so we look up and keep walking. Lonely Planet guides us to the TD building and the Fairmont Hotel before we decide that this is a lame walk. We head to a Starbucks to get some wifi to contact ...
... we headed home for lunch.
Beth's parents are Uncle Vaughn and Aunty Jackie, and she has two brothers - the oldest 'Nate' (Nathan) and the younger Josh. Ashley Pryer came around after lunch (she's the coordinator for my conference group, and we're gluten free buddies!) The others wanted to nap so us three girls popped into the grocery store before heading to Sherman Falls, where we spent more time ...
Other than that the short flight went well and we did not land on an ice field, much to CJ's relief..
Easy transition through Immigration / customs..
A 1k walk through multiple terminals and lounges to reach the car rental desk..
Pleasant lady says "no problems Mr Montgomery, we have your 2 door economy ready for you" KIMBERLEY!!! but no, after I calmed down and checking of Kimberly's booking we got a really nice Nissan... Only got ...
Atlanta is the busiest airport, but only when it feels like it. We were told to be at the airport at 4am for our 6am flight. Our hotel shuttle didn't start until 4 am, and when we arrived at 4:15, the terminal was completely empty except for this one lonely line in the corner with two agents for Air Canada. We got our bags checked at 4:35 and headed to security where we waited with the exact same crowd from our ticket line for security ...