Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Downtown
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... Man at the bottom of the stairs while the rest of us were stopped from proceeding down while they brought the next bus. He had a choice to either get onto the bus that was leaving or wait for his girlfriend (I am hoping she was not silly enough to marry this guy!!). He chose to not get on the bus but stand at the bottom of the stairs and shout at her in front of all of us, starting ""Way to go Amanda!"... and it went ...
... I did not see anyone swim there despite the heat. Birds aboundhere however. It is an important nesting site for a few migrating species.
The park was filled with almost as many elementary school aged children as birds. Their laughter, shrieks and loud talk fill the air all day long. It brings back fond memories of camping with my family many years ago. My brother Don and I never had any problem meeting and playing with other park kids even when ...
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... We bribed them with the promise of bringing back maple syrup!' ... Not overly removed! Even though it had taken the obligatory age to get through customs our bags were only just emerging on the conveyor belt! Steve, the groom, had arranged a mini bus for us and his family that were in the same flight to take us 'downtown' ( got to get into the lingo now!!) alexis ( the bride) greeted us at the lodgings! Steve, Alexis, Elise (bridesmaid) and the parents, ...
... the cost of fuel and accom. We usually spend an average of $70 a day, although NYC was a lot higher. We headed out for dinner and in the morning walked around for a couple of hours. There is a delicious market there we all wanted to buy everything from there! There isn't a lot to do in Toronto so we weren't to worried we weren't there for long. It's got a lot of nice food places and probably night life but touristy not so ...