Hampton Inn & Suites Toronto Airport
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... ve had really fun trips. Donnie is a master planner, with great attention to all the details needed to organize our routes and itinerary.
There is a but. I discovered in the middle of our first trip that when reading a map, Donnie studies it briefly, states our direction very confidently, and forges ahead in said direction. This is by no means reflective of his actual knowledge, but is merely a strategy ...
... a panorama of the entire church.
I'd wanted to visit more religious places but there seems to be a lot less this year and mostly of British Victorian origin.
... It was ok I was sitting in a warm airport. The pilot said that Toronto was -18, so I thought at least it's warmer in Toronto than Halifax. I will never complain about it being cold a home. At least not winter in 2014. Not sure I will ever get to use my new scarves @ home. Think I might melt. Will see how blogging goes in Toronto as the Hilton do not give you free wi fi. I have data on my phone but unsure how ...
... those I normally see in the charged atmosphere of summer. It was such a joy to meet Jen and Michel's little Émile and have the opportunity to spend so much time with him as a newborn. We spent eight days with them laughing, singing, changing diapers (big step for Auntie Sass!), watching the news, and making dinner - a real family gathering. Having to leave was such a surprise because we felt so at home and saying goodbye to my sister that much harder; our only consolation ...
... not try to converse with women who where dressed in black, because they were married women. I should respect tradition.Finally, i met a young woman who was not dressed in black. I ask her about alchemist. When i looked into her dark eyes, and saw ...