Holiday Inn Express Toronto East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 4pm and the crowds are still out in force. The falls are still a sight to see. We chose to only walk the rim today as we had all seen the falls on the Lady of the Mist boat. We wait patiently to get to the front to take our pictures and we are rewarded with a rainbow or two. We are sprayed lightly by the mist from the falls when the wind blows which is a welcome change to the humidity about today. Jason is practising his poi with his socks as we walk around. My cousin is a ...
Back from Ottawa to Toronto to drop off one car and pick up another ... this time it was almost a Yaris ... a Toyota Matrix, a US/Canadian equivalent of the Corolla Hatchback ... so, a single step up. The closest they have come yet ... I have actually spotted numerous Yarises? Yarii? in the wild, so to speak ... I just wonder whether the rental people actually have any, though.
Tomorrow, off to Kingston.
... has bit me in the **** and I am scared out of my wits! So many worrying thoughts of "what ifs" running through my head. And being the type of person who plans everything, has lists and all the logistics of how everything will run figured out, this flying by the seat of my pants thing suddenly seems completely insane!!!
Apparently I should take up acting ...
... minute ferry from the wharf but you could easily feel like you are hours from the city. A nap was required this afternoon before we headed out to a local pub for dinner followed by a quiet drink and Jack Astons. The patio was four stories up over looking Yonge- Dundas Square and the city lights. We crashed that night. The alarm went off early for our last morning in Toronto. We are now still waiting for the bus to Niagara ...
... After a wee sleep on the river bank, I went to meet my hosts downtown to see a hilarious French language film at the Toronto International Film Festival called Quai D'Orsay (sort of like Yes Minister). I also saw Jim Moriarty from Sherlock, but figured he probably gets pestered a lot for being so cool so I completely ignored him.
Dinner was at a tapas restaurant called Carmen. Any and all of the seven dishes we ordered could have probably made ...