Hilton Garden Inn Toronto / Burlington
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... are so many roads going in every direction & flyovers overhead... We found the drop off for the rental car easily and were relieved to return the Corolla unscathed after around 5200kms. Once we had the bags checked & through security we took a chair, ordered some food & wine (for me - Lyn still wanting to clear the migraine) & make some final calls & Skype before boarding...
... which has all four seasons including skiing to Auckland on the north island that is a temperate climate similar to Sydney. It is as picturesque and scenic as it is made out to be, especially the South Island. If you have an opportunity to come to this part of the world do not miss the opportunity, it is a real eye opening experience. Our homeward journey was uneventful, all connections worked well and we arrived home about 22 hours after leaving ...
... once again of the discombobulated globalisation of our small world. There was me, a British girl hoping to head to South America. There was an Arab en route to Japan. There were the Chinese ladies working in Canada. There was a Spanish couple enquiring about immigration to who knows where- the moon, I shouldn't wonder! All trying to navigate the complex, infuriating world of Consular bureaucracy, comprising passports, visas, permits and, of course, those standard ...
After lunch we drove to Niagara Gorge passing the floral clock on the way.
The clock design is changed every year and
can take up to 16,000 plants to create.
We finally end up in a small town called Niagara on the Lake which is where the Niagara river flows ...
... We found parking to be really expensive in the main parking lot but if we parked at the far end of the falls on the road and walked we would only have to pay $5.00 a half hour! It was the end of the day again and the weather was pleasant and the sun just right to catch a rainbow over the falls. We thought of taking the boat tour up close to the misty bottom of the falls but chose not to as the mist from the falls were getting us wet up on the street level as ...