Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Newmarket
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Landing in Toronto we decided to get a taxi to our accom as it was peak hour, we had lots of stuff and well, we just couldn't be bothered with another subway system. There was indeed peak hour traffic and what should be a 20 minutes drive was an hour twenty. The price was capped so no worries there. Arriving to our little new abode for the week was no nice. The street was lined with maple trees and the typical three story, A-frame suburban houses. ...
... this idea that one year I'd like to ride an entire Tour de France...not during the race of course, I wouldn't want to steal their limelight with my cycling prowess. Then I realized that in order to do that I'd probably have to take 2 months off to do what these magnificent athletes do in 20 days. Taking 2 months off would not be viable until I retired, at which point I'd probably be too old to climb onto ...
After dropping some things off at the hotel for a lighter travel, I begin my walking journey to get my Poutine, a native Canadian delicacy, from Smoke's Poutinerie. I pass a comic store and HAD to go in (still a nerd @ heart). After hearing the rave about this dish from the tour guide, I simply had to try it! Wikipedia defines Poutine as: "... a common Canadian dish, originally from Quebec, ...
... new career since so many of you describe me as strong, brave, independent & fearless when really I am an insecure, tooth grinding, stress case!
But, it's too late to turn back now. Pre-boarding has begun & in 40 minutes I will be in the air. I just keep reminding myself that I can come home anytime, from where ever I am. All I need is an airport and ...
... up to where the monument stands overlooking the might St. Lawrence. Then we attempted to head through the Long Sault Parkway but it was unfortunately closed. So we pressed on to Cornwall, and then back to Prescott to see Fort Wellington. From there we moved on to Kingston to see Fort Henry. We made out way up the the Fort but only spent a few minutes before heading over to Point Frederick. I was in search of where the Navy Yard would ...