Fairfield Inn & Suites Toronto Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... and are all on the ground safely in Canada and are making their way to the house.
Last night we had the chance to experience "Canada Day." This is Canada's version of Independence Day in the "States." We walked down to the square and watched fireworks from a grassy knoll. It was really fun to share with family. Poor Tofu, Nhi's brother's dog, was not to happy about the ...
... no wind and takeoff was effortless. We bank to the left and start heading eastwards over consecutive mountain ranges. At 40,200feet it is easy to spot the Arrow Lakes and the Columbia River valley followed quickly by the foothills and the flat prairies where millions of buffalo used to roam. Canada's varied topography seems endless and I remember surveying it like it was just yesterday.
Toronto's Pearson ...
... a decision when unsure. Unfortunately, we cycled many extra kilometres before I figured out his strategy. So I developed one of my own. At a questionable spot, I just waited for him to cycle madly ahead, realize I wasn't with him, and then come back to our spot so we could then more carefully decide on the possible route. That saved me a number of kilometres.
Map reading will be our challenge.
... and I was beginning to worry about running out of gas. At times I almost got vertigo watching the car in front of me edge forward and stop as I did the same but couldn't tell if I was moving or just the cars around me. Once freed up and and fueled up I made good time and reached the border at 1:30. The officer, who seemed to be ****** off at the world, mumbled a few questions that I had to ask him to repeat. The final one was whose car I ...
... up going to a bar down the road from the hostel and we ended up meeting these two Canadian guys who took us to a illegal underground bar at 2am (the bars and clubs in Toronto close at 2am). By the time we got to the underground bar it is safe to say i was pretty merry so i can't really remember that much apart from playing a lot of pool. The week in Toronto consisted of a lot of tourist stuff. We ended up buying a week pass for all sorts of things to do and see ...