Four Points Toronto Lakeshore
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... gate. Now we just have to wait until 1:10! 4 hours to go.
9:15AM: Boxed Breakfast eaten including biting into a rotten plum! Only 3 hours and 45 minutes to go. :(
12:45 PM: Between sitting, reading, writing, standing around and more sitting it was finally time to board the plane. As a lovely birthday gesture Grant had upgraded us on the plane so for the first time we were sitting in front of the ...
Arrive in Toronto at 5.30pm. Lovely hotel in the middle of the city. Very busy and very friendly.
Chilled out in hotel for the rest of the day. Hotel has 2 pools, several restaurants and more importantly a bar ;))
We are on the 23rd floor, the pool is on 27th lol. Huge !!
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Assuming that DH (where the 'D' stands for Doctors orders) gets medical clearance for the long, long road journey (we've already bought her a hard plastic bum scoop for her to perch in which replaces the books she had been sitting on), she's chipping in with a couple of smaller ...
... lease, and started looking at RV's.
As the search for an RV began, we also started thinking of a name for it. It's convention to name a boat (yes, we already have a name for our sailboat and dinghy!), and we liked the idea of our new home on wheels having a name. We tossed around a few ideas while having a drink in one of our favourite watering holes, the Old Speckled Hen in Kingston, ...
... to us - but some amazing stats to impress anyone, and lots of interactive stuff; you could be a commentator filming your voice over a recorded game, be a net minder as actual pucks flew out the wall at you, try to score a goal against a virtual goalie, sit in genuine stadium stands, watch a 3D movie incorporating a story line and a breakdown of the sports most famous moves and even have your photo taken with the Stanley Cup. By the ...