Hilton Garden Inn Toronto/Vaughan
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... relieved of my bags, I sauntered....yes, sauntered....not rushed for once...off to find Gate E70. As breakfast was a long way, I figured that lunch should be a priority, so sushi and and a salad filled the need. As I needed a watch, I figured I would find one at one of the shops, and I did. A lovely watch. "How much?", I asked. She turned the price tag over....I saw $250.... A bit more than I had planned on spending, but it was ...
... the blog's RSS feed or get updates emailed to you using the links in the right panel under my picture. We got our foreign cash and are staring to set aside things for our trip and we getting excited. I will send out a few test blogs leading up to d-day to so those who are following can test their ...
... spicy and she said that she knew that it will be spicy for
me but she chose no spicy. Oups, ahah this is not the same thing in Canada.
People do not really eat spicy but in other country like China and Korea, this
is completely different. It was awesome to walk in the Chinatown. It is
colorful and people are very friendly. I went in many market and it smelt bad.
It was a little bit disgusting for me to see ...
... city, around the Houses of Parliament and checked out the Rideau Canal. The canal is listed as a World Heritage site and is 200km in length. In winter, a section of the Rideau Canal passing through central Ottawa becomes officially the world's largest skating rink. The cleared length is 7.8 kilometres (4.8 mi) and has the equivalent surface area of 90 Olympic ...
... is a monument to the previous train network that serviced the city. There were a few old train carriages..one was an old dining cart and the other was a carriage of a former Canadian National train. Thefewas also an old watchman's shanty (he monitored the road crossings), an old turn table with a front driving carriage on it and the old train sheds where the trains were stored when not in use. On one end of the train sheds there was a restaurant and on the other end there was ...