Hilton Garden Inn Toronto / Burlington
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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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 ...
... and pretty soon there were two private armies fighting pitched battles all over town. The US Army was sent in to stop the bloodshed and reestablish law and order. Most participants were pardoned but not Billy the Kid, who was sentenced to hang for killing the Sheriff. But he managed to kill his guards and escape. Had a nice walk around town and museum visit and found a quiet spot for a picnic lunch. ...
... I have learned to be patient, to look up, to have faith that things will work out, the communicate, to take risks, to fail, and to succeed. I learned about perseverance, how to feel, how to give up control, and when to take control. I learned to be curious, to ask questions, to trust my instincts, to ask for help, what I am capable of, and most importantly, I learned what matters most to me in life. So while I am not a different person, I hope I am a better one. I hope that over the ...
... neither their website or any conformation documents we were sent said check in needed to be by 10pm. The good thing was that at least we were insidethe building (in shelter) and there were 2 large L shaped couches we could crash on if required. Bad news.... The other couple had already decided to take one on the L shaped couches and well quite frankly, we didnt want to sleep on couches, we had pre-booked a room for a reason. Ro tried calling which was as expected, useless. He ...
... travels in Peru. We had dinner in the trendy Esplanade area which did not disappoint with good food and offered plenty of beers for catching up on our South American travels.
With only one full day in Toronto we started the day by walking around the famous CN Tower, Roadhouse Park Trains, and wharf area. After walking around for a while we made our way to the Steam Whistle Brewery where we took part in a ...