Comfort Inn Toronto Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We took the evening flight from Regina to Toronto. Then hotel shuttle from Pearson to our hotel, which was just across the street from the airport. Short day.
... from Kuwait in May they were only able to visit for a couple of days before he had to head back to work at Fort Benning, Georgia. We were able to spend the Morning together and get a few last family photos before they shoved off. In the evening we a had a get together at Nhi's parents house with great food... some traditional 4th of July stuff like burgers and dogs and some non-traditional ...
... an OAP on a zimmer frame. I found myself saying 'you go on dear, I’m going to have a little sit down.' I admired their tenacious persistence.
Another quality event was the VCF fifth grade birthday party social. This involved a ruthless game of musical chairs, back-ache inducing limbo, and solving anger management issues by whacking a piņata. It was wonderful. There was also a surprisingly aggressive game of Duck Duck Goose which ...
Almost 25 years later we are planning my dream trip through India. What was to be our honeymoon years ago is our adventure of today. Booked and confirmed the Delhi, Haridwar, Amritsar, Beas, Agra, Goa, Bombay, Poona, Bangalore sectors.
Planes, trains, metro's, automobiles, taxi's, rickshaws......so looking forward to all the sights, sounds and smells.
Jan 23rd our journey ...
... a film at the Toronto
International Film Festival now! Not bad eh? Benedict Cumberbatch’s film
premieres tomorrow night, but unfortunately I’ll be in a lecture then!
Saturday: After skyping the parents, I went to a compulsory
Coop meeting where we were sufficiently orientated, making it more fun with
icebreakers like building towers. Of course, the men took charge, considering
it their manly duty to build stuff, however badly. The ...