Holiday Inn Burlington Hotel & Conference Centre
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Saturday 04/07... Independence Day!
After a hearty breakfast, we checked out of the b&b & parked in town & walked around, checked out a market on the lakeside & walked around that area. We took in 2 wineries & bought a couple of bottles to take back to Joy & Bill's place in Burlington, later on in the afternoon. We decided to stroll around the statue of Major-General ...
... commute forty five minutes to work every day by ferry. As the trip is coming to a close a few overall thoughts on the trip. First overall a truly wonderful experience, thanks in great part to the fabulous itinerary developed by Tauck, the overall smoothness of all the logistics, whether it be by bus, private charter planes, and helicopter, to jet river boats. Nothing was left to chance and it worked flawlessly. Also the tour director was a real ...
The final day had come for my last activity of my holiday. It was helping out at an animal shelter on the out skirts of Toronto. After half an hour of stuffing my face for breakfast, my cab had arrived to take me to my most favourable activity of the trip. I was so looking forward to getting to handle some of Canada's animals. Arriving at the animal shelter, I started to have butterflies in my stomach from not knowing what I would be ...
... eaten by "sacred" mosquitos! We walked and talked about how Joseph Smith saw God and Jesus in this very place.
The next stop was to see the recently built temple in the area. We were told we couldn't get up to it because it is closed right now for maintenance work but as you would have it the workers were there and had left the gate open so we got to walk around the exterior and see this tiny little temple. Last stop here for the day was ...
Costa Rica wrote another chapter in their proud footballing history after defeating Italy 1-0 to top perhaps the toughest Group in an unbelievable display of grit and determination. The real dark horse of this tournament has surfaced in style... they are Los Ticos!
In Group E, France scored five unanswered goals to easily beat Switzerland 5-2 and Ecuador came back to defeat Honduras 2-1 courtesy of Enner Valencia's double.