Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Toronto - Mississauga
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a game he liked on the touchscreen (punch screen) located on the back of my chair.... I got tired of that early and I turned around and looked him in the eyes but he didn't give a **** ,he was chasing the high score and that obviously trumped how much sleep I was getting ...Hahaha.
Although it took 10 hrs it went by fairly quickly and we arrived in Athens safely at 8am Greek time!
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... home. I took her right to the driveway in case she missed it. Here we go. Open the door. Take off the stuff. I think it’s….YES! FOOD time! Thought so! There she goes. She’s got it. She’s getting the bowls ready. It’s here! She said OKAY! Chow down!!!!
Last night, Lady went upstairs to bed. Man didn’t go with her. So I ...
... rating 3 years in a row. The food was fantastic. Dim sum platter and duck rolls for our appetizers, black Berkshire pork with morels and a spicy XO sauce, lobster with mushrooms and beans in another spicy XO sauce, fried udon noodles with crispy duck and some jasmine rice for our mains and an amazing duck and mango dish with honey and lemon for dessert. We are a smidgen strange about desserts, if we have room we usually order another appetizer instead of having a traditional ...
... br> It was very overcast this morning, but not cold. Breakfast wasn't special, but the picturesque scenery more than made up for it. Even the smallest of the 1,800 plus islands seems to have a dwelling of some description on it. The most fascinating structure was a castle built by George Boldt. Mr Boldt built the castle for his wife, it was to be their Camelot. Sadly Mrs Boldt died suddenly of a heart attack at the age ...