Fairfield Inn & Suites Toronto Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... we would make an effort to return to. While there have been many places we have enjoyed, we have explored those places quite well whereas Toronto feels like unfinished business. We are not sure when but we hope one day to return and see more of Toronto.
Afterword. When I refer to Toronto and Montréal as Canada's largest and second largest cities, I am speaking in terms of population, meaning they have the most people squashed into relatively small spaces. ...
... and across the road to the beach. Absolute heaven. We met David and Joseph and headed straight to the Banyan Bar at the Moana Surfrider. This hotel was the first to be built in Waikiki and is a beautiful, stately hotel with a lovely verandah. The banyan tree in the bar area by the beach was planted in 1900 and was only 7 feet tall. It is now 75 feet tall and 150 feet wide. The Mai Tai's are so delicious. And the garlic fries with red pepper aioli are ...
... Market ( as it is a few streets in a suburb) and headed straight for the shoe museum. I had to stop half way @ Tim Hortons for a hot chocolate and warm up a bit. It amazed me at how many bicycles I saw along the way. I enjoyed the shoe museum, it was a bit different to what I was expecting. The top floor was devoted to "the rise of sneaker culture" the first women's sneaker was a high heeled sneaker, so women would still look feminine. There ...
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... I want to get back to my sheep faster.So, i would like to build a display case for the crystal,after working there almost 1 year, i was going to Egypt with the caravan by crossing the desert.
There was a Englishman in the team, ...