Days Inn - Orillia
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Dropped our food off at the Calders and had our goodbyes. Freezing cold today 9F. Car was so full we had to take our garbage down the road on the hood of the car. 2:00 - Duty Free Erie - got 3 bottles of rum and one Carolan - 57.00! WOOT. These are 1ltr and not those skimpy 750ml. Also, you pay in Canadian $$ - that is 20% less than anything we will ...
... in a few different floorpans. We saw one we especially liked, and as it turned out, The Hitch House had one on the lot, so we went back to see it. They also happened to be having an RV event that day, so they had specials, food, and contests. We ate cookies, drank coffee, entered the contest, and checked out the Vegas again. We loved the layout, with the sitting area/bedroom in the back that we can work in, as well ...
Turned out to be a gorgeous early fall kind of day. I turned west again, pretty much making a big loop from Huntsville through Algonquin Park and then back to Orillia. The colours alongside the road were just as spectacular as those I saw in Algonquin Park. The problem was that there was no opportunity to get off the road to take photos until I was about an hour from Orillia. The area is also populated, of course, so there ...
... of our journey, Left Keswick at 1pm for the drive to Toronto airport. Arrived 2.15 pm, said goodbye to Tony, and started the process going through customs. We were nice and early, so had plenty of time to look around the duty free shops, have a coffee and relax. Toronto airport has a wonderful system of free iPads for people to use while waiting for their flights. You can order ...
... a seat together, though! Anyway, we didn't
mind too much, as we were now pretty focussed on getting home.
we landed in Toronto, the pilot said it would take a while to deplane
because the runway was very slippery. That filled us the confidence!
Once we arrived in the terminal, we realized it was total chaos. There
must have been a thousand bags strewn about the place.
Little did we know that Toronto actually ...