Holiday Inn Express Toronto East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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I can't wrote a blog while I'm in the woods. I need to be there. A pen and paper. A hot coffee. Feeling the morning breeze on my face. Listening to the water. Breathing in the natural scents. Feeling my skin. Being exhausted & exhilarated after a day of canoeing or hiking. Tired from laughing with wonderful women. Challenging myself again and again. What I can do is provide some moments captured by my iPad ...
... financial misfortune forced them to abandon their home. Returning by train which was terminated one station before we needed to go due to an accident on the line caused us to walk the rest of the way to the hotel for scheduled " early dinner " 6.45 which then saw us back to the room at 9.30 caused by slow service not by fraternising with our new companions !! I have homework to ...
... 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.
Today I hit the sidewalks ... well, maybe not technically, but in principle.
See, Canada is cold - have I mentioned this? - in winter. It gets freezing outside. Even in Toronto. So Canadians do everything they can to stay out of the cold ... and that includes shopping.
Hence PATH ...
... a 28 klick long system of interconnected tunnels that honeycomb the underbelly of the core of the ...