Hilton Garden Inn Toronto / Burlington
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... all wrong. We haven't even left yet and the planning has taken weeks to accomplish and there is no way we can come close to doing justice. We must be satisfied that we have achieved a circumnavigation of the continent and absorbed just about as much as our feeble brains can ...
... a waterfront development created in 2010 in the place a derelict car park once stood. It was one of the first stages in the revitalisation of the waterfront.
Safe to say that when we got to Polson Pier we were sweaty, hot, thirsty and hungry. Our water had gone warm bleh. We expected this 'Pier' to be like Pier39 in San Francisco with lots of food and shops and bars etc.
This place was a complete HOLE! There was NOTHING there! No ...
... and Sears over the 5,282KM distance covered in the last two weeks - as you do. The other key elements of this trip were the $2 Subway lunches and the 25hour audio of the Steve Job bio to speed along the driving time. We have also been noting some funny restaurant, shop and suburb names we have seen along the way:
- Piggly Wiggly, Gay dolphin, Crabby Mikes and Dick's Pawn (not porn) shops
- Dirty Dick's Crab House (probably more appropriate than the opposite sex ...
... the better. The skies cleared and the temperature began to rise. The town also had a much more relaxed laidback feel to the downbeat atmosphere of Belgrade.
I was also coming into the Ottoman heartland and seeing more influence left behind in the fortress such as the mihrab style gates, Mosque, and Turkish baths
Moving onto ...
... than America. I thought there might have been a whole load of financial policy reasons, but the only thing I could think of is that Canadian money is so colourful and plastic that it would literally feel like acting out a game of monopoly if large numbers of notes frequently changed hands. It turns out that on the whole Canada is more expensive, but I also found out that the duty free shop has recently stopped selling Kinder eggs because they're illegal in ...