Hilton Garden Inn Toronto Airport
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... s Sandwich we were ready to board.
Except for pouring half a coffee down my chest while organizing my passport, boarding went fine. Even have an empty seat beside me!
Once were in the air I brought a box of chocolates to the back for the flight attendants. It's a long flight and they work do hard; it is nice to treat them. Before long they brought me a nice toiletry kit and several came by to thank me. First glass of wine came about an hour into the trip ...
... is where Bon Jovi is currently playing. When we get back we'll go and see him at Boondall. Next to this is the aquarium. There must be something going on as the line to go in is around the block! As its a sunny Sunday, everyone is out and about taking in the rays and enjoying whatever heat is available. The waterfront area is quite nice and obviously they are trying to revitalise same. We stumble on the Roundhouse Park which has a number of restored locomotives and is ...
... 4pm. That sucks but it's not the end of the world so we ask if where the bar is so we can sit and have a class of wine while we wait. We are informed the bar doesn't open until 2pm but the pool bar is open. Not ideal since we have been travelling for 8 hours and are way over dressed to sitting out in the Miami sun but what the hell a drinks a drink. As we head out towards the pool we see a pub style bar called The Dutch, which we weren't told about by the front desk. Well ...
Today is my last day at work for Goodlife Fitness. Over 10 yrs with the industry under 3 different companies and 2 locations. Kaya and I have met a lot of people over the years and have made many friends. We hope to keep in touch with many of you as we begin our adventure. We hope you enjoy keeping up with us and we'd love to hear from you along the way.
... which are now heritage listed and protected. So it didnt have that same quaint feel to it but it was a nice walk all the same. Conveniently, we reached the Distillery district right around beer o'clock making a visit to the Mill Street Brewery justifiably appropriate. We were also a bit worried about the large dark mass of cloud accumulating in the sky so a pit stop inside sounded like a good idea. The distillery district was as the name suggests, the Gooderham and Worts Distillery, ...