Hampton Inn Toronto - Mississauga West
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... The dessert was wonderful carrot cake. Oh yes...a couple of hours later a whole table of fruit and pastries showed up. No one went hungry and the food was excellent.
All during dinner there was a kissing game...not the usual clink the glasses thing. They pulled the name of a couple out of a hat and a romantic movie scene that they had to re-enact. After that Scott and Nhi had to do it too. There was Lady and ...
... nice but my preference was the Vanilla Porter. Mat had a couple of different ones, a Tankhouse Ale and Dammerung Dunkel. Also very nice. After we left the pub we stopped at a nearby bakery and each had a sausage roll. A quick walk then to the streetcar stop and back to the Condo in peak hour traffic. Mat & I headed to the gym for a workout. Pizza for ...
... waxwork museum, a Guinness world records place,
where we took photos of ourselves with a model of the tallest man in the world,
and we even checked out the Skywheel. We came across a creepy Elvis
impersonator, one of these human statues, who decided to throw beads on top of
kids for money. Standard. As we walked
up and down, we couldn’t avoid a Canadian Indian playing his drum loudly and
singing, all in his battledress. Interesting ...
... ended up lazing around and only going out around 12!!! We decided we wanted to go up the CN Tower - at 553m high it is a concrete communication and observatory tower! It also has the second fastest elevator in the world (or so they say). We queued up and found out they did discount with our IYTC card - bonus! We got the full ticket which allowed you further up to the Skypod too for a full 360 view! It was great! The first level was still very high but half of it was ...
... in 2007, the homicide rate for Toronto was 3.3 per 100,000 people, compared with Atlanta (19.7), Boston (10.3), Los Angeles (10.0), Oakland (9.0), New York City (6.3), Vancouver (3.1), and Montreal (2.6). Toronto's robbery rate also ranks low, with 207.1 robberies per 100,000 people, compared with Oakland (349), Los Angeles (348.5), Vancouver (266.2), New York City (265.9), and Montreal (235.3).