Hilton Garden Inn Toronto/Markham
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- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
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... by tulips and lilies and many other bright, colourful flowers. As you walk toward this castle and take in a breath of air, you smell freshness, as if there was no such thing as pollution, and only many, natural, lovely smelling things. In this castle, there is mainly happiness... Until the villain comes!
Next, there is Sunny-Side village. It is located North-East of the grand castle. It is where ...
... burrower, Vel'koz-the eye of the void, Cho'gath-the void devourer, and Kha-zix- The void reaver, all are wanted by Aslen to fight by their side. But Noxus will try to intercept, as these creatures are either a part of their defeat or victory. Using a huge armada of landing crafts, The army of Aslen sails to the northwest island to enter the portal. Once inside, they are faced with ...
... right next to the volcano which erupts every 2 months. Well, you may be asking, how can Endraline survive? Actually, nobody knows for sure but some people came up with a theory that the villain was some kind of spirit that was not easily destructed by these harmful things. Nobody has ever seen the volcano nor Endraline. Nobody has gotten that far. Anyway, The Vaporous Volcano is a very active volcano and it erupts lava that is almost 33,000 Degrees Celsius. If you ...
... It is where the hero goes to visit. She goes to visit her friends, and her family. The villain is often there in disguise. He is there to cause trouble and to have and gain more servants. Sunny-Side village is full of friendly people. It is a small little village, but it is also great.
Grassy fields is the battle field. It is where the villain and the hero go to fight. It is a big, field full of green grass and ...
... made a delicious lassagne (with an eggplant version for me) which we enjoyed followed by a chocolate tart which Aunty Cathy had brought. We were delighted to discover the Australians outnumbered the Canadians for once, and shared tales of our travels so far. That night Nomes and I chatted till 2am (that's what happens when she moves to an island for 8 months) resulting in a sleep-in till 11am.
We'd been having ...