Hilton Toronto / Markham Suites Conference Centre & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to see the wide variety of Dr Who merchandise available. It was exclusively from Dr Who not other genre areas like Star Wars or other movies.
Something new I was not aware of is 'Cosplay'. To my understanding this is people dressed up in costume roleplaying their own adventures (something we did as kids in the playground). There ...
... and check out various condo’s and check out where uni was in relation to these places. I slept in. As I was about to leave the hostel I saw it was chucking it down with rain, so I went back upstairs to put on a jumper. While I was heading back down I thought I would check my computer – and lo and behold I checked my facebook at this time. On there I got a message from some other exchange students who I had ...
... special needs adults was really challenging for me, doing things that put me outside my comfort zone but insanely rewarding for all those reasons. A lot of the campers I met were the most genuine, kind and inspiring people and I'm so glad I got a week of having loads of fun with all of ...
Rob not feeling the best. So taking things easy. Walked down to the St Lawrence markets and the main building was closed. Wandered round the stalls outside and in a secondary building, they were mainly selling jewellery, coins and overpriced china and glass, old records and comics. Tried to walk down to the waterfront ...