Hilton Garden Inn Toronto/Oakville
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... After lunch it was back to Oakville. We stopped off briefly at Sharon's then went to Lakeside, on Lake Ontario. A nice suburb with views back to Toronto from the shoreline. It started to hail lightly here too so we didn't gave a good run with the weather all day. From here it was back to the train station and back into Union Station and a leisurely walk back to accomm via the underground 'PATH' which links Union Station to the Eaton Centre. A ...
... But hey beans and meat is basically health food yeah? Once we headed back we stopped for a small nap. Then it was time to go and do something we hadn't done in months! See a movie! We went to the local cineplex and saw the latest planet of the apes. Both of us came away thrilled. It was a great picture and just a nice little great for us. We had some trouble buying a car, we looked at an old dodge 1982 camper van ( Betty) but she was a bit broken ...
... will be spending most of my time in the clinic and with mobile health clinics.
James will be working at the schools and orphanage.
On the weekends we will be traveling around Ghana sightseeing with the agency.
After 6 weeks of working hard, we will be heading to South Africa for some well deserved R&R. The part of the trip includes time at ...
Every year two of Toronto's main highways are shut down for an annual charity bike ride for the Heart and Stroke foundation. As my old condo on Bathurst was right near the start line at the CNE ground I had participated annually while I lived there.
The route starts at the CNE grounds ...
... are a symptom of economic recovery.
And the building's they've already got aren't bad! I spent the rest of the day walking the route of one of the sightseeing buses. I went past the Royal Ontario Museum, which looks like a giant metal and glass snowflake has erupted out of the side of a neo-romanesque castle. I walked through the university buildings in peaceful Queen's Park, and the broad metropolitan Queen's Ave before winding around ...