Hilton Garden Inn Toronto / Burlington
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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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 ...
... put us at around 3PM. I decided that we should eat, bathe, and call it a night. Thus, we took a few recommendations from the conceirge, and walked the neighborhood. We ended up at a Toronto staple: Jack Astor's, a pub in the Entertainment District. We had what Mom calls "bar food" before calling it a ...
... the theatre. I got a private show, all alone in the saloon. After that I spent some time in the shop and bought some stuff. When they closed I thought about walking around a bit. But it was snowing, I had my big backpack to carry and I was tired. I decided to take the train back to Oakville. Katarina picked me up at Bronte Station and I got some nice home made dinner when I got back. Then we spent the evening in the couch talking and watching NHL on the fly or ...
... for no charge, the hotel gave us a complimentary upgrade to a larger suite and we got a complimentary dinner as the hotel. Hopefully this carries on :) Now trying to stay awake to beat the jet lag as its 01:40 uk time but only 20:40 local. Going to try and make 23:00 Plan for tomorrow is sightsee around Toronto including going up the CN Tower, looking forward to that one. Still havent spotted a ...
... 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 ...