Fairfield Inn & Suites Toronto Airport
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The accommodations for the actual hiking portion of our trip were booked by the tour, but the rest we (Donnie) booked through a company called airbnb. We used it in Chicago and rented a great little condo very close to the Miracle Mile for half the price of a hotel.
When Donnie went to ask if we could drop our luggage off early when we arrive in Cardiff, he had ...
... might as well just follow her to the bathroom. Then she eats. I sit. Nothin’. He eats. I sit. Nothin’. Nothin’. Guess I’ll just have a nap.
Next thing I know, it’s afternoon walk time. I want Lady to come, but Man is taking me. Need some entertainment. Think I will play with these dried flowers next to my white couch. I tell them to be quiet but Lady hears. Heck, she ...
... had packed the night before, and Jo Ann had her fully charged (and quite decorative) battery powered camping lamps.
Our driver - in a full size Ford Expedition - was there early for our 6am pickup. After dodging broken tree limbs, and one downed power line on our street, the drive to the airport really wasn't too bad. Tons of people at the airport, but the Super Elite lines ...
... the bar owners warning of the guy being a thief. We left the bar and used aome money to buy camels. We got off at a market place and I began to admire the sword display in the market. I rurned to speak to my new friend or so I thought to ask him what he thought about the swords , only to see that he had disappeared and gone with my money. I was so ...
... a canoeing trip to the local shop, and an attempt at fishing off their dock. We ate copious amounts of pancakes and maple syrup and had a cook out making hot dogs and smores over a fire. We spotted some exciting wildlife such as bald eagles, salamanders and toads however the closest we came to bears and wolves was spotting their poo! We have some beautiful photos (not of bear poo!) but no computer as yet to upload. We are now in Toronto, ...