Hampton Inn & Suites Toronto Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHampton Inn & Suites Toronto Airport Mississauga
Føj hvor var vi trætte, aldrig er jeg blevet SÅ fuld af blot et enkelt glas hvidvin :-)
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Ihhhh hvor vi glæder os til sol og varme m.m. :-)
... how special it was forever, as we all will.
Now it's time to party. The Cocktail hour started while we were finishing pictures and then it was time for dinner. The grand entrances were made, the first toast was done and the food started coming. There were several courses including salad, fried crab claw balls, rice, spiced lobster....then dinner came. Seriously....Salmon and chicken with veggies and ...
... we walked to the Distillery District. About a 20min walk. By that time we needed some warmth so headed into the Mill Street Brew Pub where we could sample a range of beers. (You would love this pub Gaz & Colin). Four 6oz beers for $10. Other sizes available. I tried an Original Organic Lager, Mill Street Pilsner, Vanilla Porter and a Cobblestone ...
... as a bunch of iPad sized money. Why is it so wide, where is it supposed to go? After finally accepting that there is no chance of this fitting in a human being's wallet, I started and finished packing and here we are. Tonight we dream of Gelato, and tomorrow we day-dream about Gelato. Below you can see a size comparison of the 20 Euro bill in the Pictures section.
So anyways, long story short - don't ever go to Iran, it sucks.
... underneath! We headed on a boat ride which went
right up to the falls. It was really exciting going so close, you could even
feel the spray from the falls! That was very exciting. We walked along beside
the falls, and had a beautiful spot where we could see the power of the water
as it fell from its source. It was immense and took my breath away. Then we
headed up Clifton Hill and checked out the underwhelming commercial side,
including a ...