Hilton Garden Inn Toronto/Markham
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Travel Blogs from Markham
... Hands and Feet were done at the same time by two different Chinese ladies. When I received the "leg massage" it felt more like my poor legs were being beaten up! The ladies were quite fascinated when they found out I was from the UK and I found it quite funny that their very first question upon learning this was whether Louis Vuitton is cheaper there or in Canada...sadly I couldn't offer them an answer as I can't afford Louis Vuitton.
With my mani-pedi completed ...
... settled himself in the middle of his pool and collected the apples and other foods being thrown to him by the keeper from his seated position. He seemed to really enjoy the apples and even surprised us by balancing carefully the fruit and vegetables on the back of his paw and eating delicately.
We left the Canadian domain and had some overpriced pizza for lunch before visiting the penguins. I was quite disappointed to find that the colony of penguins at Toronto Zoo ...
... Second place of conflict
After we will be travelling southwest to the Vikings Volcano. This volcano is one of the strongest and biggest volcanoes in the world. This place is not only scary but is also the place where Zentech defeated King Rangaff once and for all. On that day Zentech beheaded King Rangaff with a sword and everyone cheered. The volcano is still currently active and erupts frequently. Also if you hear it starting ...
... budget is 25 GBP each a day, which works out to a total of $100 Cdn a day – for everything; food, transport, entertainment, accommodation; the lot. Dad had given us his cell phone (so we could liaise with them about hooking back up again at my aunt Anne’s in a couple of days) and so we used that to call and book our hostel. $68. We’ll later discover that we would have preferred to sleep rough on the streets for what we got for ...
After over four hours journey-time from Ottawa, condos encroached on the the train; the familiar sight of Toronto's Distillery District, with its low-level brick buildings, shuffled past the window, as the train closed in on Union Station. The train was a classic North American example which sat high off the ground and I almost fell off the train, my case knocking me off balance, before trundling through the station to the exit. My hotel, which sits opposite the station, had been ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility