Fairfield Inn Toronto Oakville
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... There were groups of school kids there but we were able to explore the place and walk around the lake. The weather wasn't kind to us and we got hailed on while walking around the lake, so it was cold. From here we went to Mountsberg Reservoir where there we could see birds of prey like falcons a bald eagle, owls, and a turkey vulture. We got hailed on again here so our visit was fairly brief and we headed off to get some lunch at a great little cafe ...
... the shower that sprays you with jets of water from every direction imaginable, not just from above. We also walked through the underground tunnel (a bit dank, but I think he was in financial difficulties when he constructed it. With dynamite.) to the stables and picked out a motor vehicle we wanted to be chauffeured around in.
So yes, I made a train friend. She sat next to me on the journey from Ottawa to Toronto, asked me if I thought her wine was out ...
I remember it clearly. I was a first year nursing student and watching a show about nurses working at a maternity center in Sierra Leone. It was then I decided that 'someday' I would go to Africa to volunteer.
Well that 'someday' is now. After many years of planning, we are 1 month out.
We will be working with an agency called Blue-Med Africa. ...
Travel - Toronto to Santo Domingo It was easier to find my way through LAX, Miami and Santo Domingo airports then to find the after hours key return for Avis at Toronto airport. My god what a mission!!! While flying into Santo Domingo I was questioning my decision and seeing all the shanty towns just prior to landing made me feel like I was in the wrong place however I have "gold" around my neck so I personally contribute to the demand for gold. Arrived ...
We landed at Pearson International Airport with all our possessions, passing taxi ranks and airport shuttle buses, to the TTC bus stop and catching a $2.70 ride to Kipling station. From here a subway connection to down town Toronto, specifically Dundas St Est before Susies first bag cladded endurance trek along Dundas to our hostel. We were able to leaving our bags whilst exploring the city before the check in time of 3 pm.
We managed ...