Four Points by Sheraton Toronto Airport
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Today our adventure begins! We left Orillia with Chris's parents at noon amidst gusting snow, so it wasn’t so hard to bid adieu to this rather nasty start to the Canadian winter at home. We are proud of our packing – a large suitcase, a backpack, and a car seat to check, and a small suitcase and backpack to carry on. Oh, and one feisty …
We slept in and met Jennie at Yorkdale Shopping Centre after a nice breakfast buffet at the hotel.
We then went light fixture shopping in the Factory shopping area on Cartwright just off Dufferin near the Mall. We found some nice matching fixtures for the dining room, entrance, kitchen etc. but thought it might be a good idea to …
... within 30 minutes nor strums on a guitar, giving me the impression of being amongst a group of lilting hippies just short of smoking up... Baruch hashem, I shall find one for the high holidays. Though I am painfully aware of probably not finding anything measuring up to the unique beauty of the chants of cantor Itzik back home.
I miss you all!
Lots of love from across the big pond
Vic =) ...
... s niece Susan and husband Steven. Hopefully, the air con was just in need of regassing; it had never been topped up in its 5 year life from new so we hoped this would be the reason and therefore not too costly to fix.
Talking of costs we find Canada to be by far the most expensive country of our trip, in almost all categories. Diesel is some 20 to 25% cheaper in the US than Canada where even in and around the bigger cities one has to whack out around $1.30 a litre. South ...
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