Holiday Inn Express Toronto - Markham
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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My favorite part of flying in a plane is the takeoff. Engines are pumping, and there is vibration under your feet. Suddenly, you hear roaring and then you are speeding down the runway. When you first leap into the air, it feels weird. It feels like you are being flattened down on your back. The view here is wonderful, and i can even see snow on the top of the Tahoe mountains! it took about 5 minutes to get from San Francisco to Tahoe, we ...
... States so after Jenny left I went to kellies and moved in. We sat around for a while in the warmth and then went to the Ripley's aquarium. I said I would only go if they had polar beards and/or orcas, it turns out they had neither but it was still pretty nice nonetheless. They had lots of sharks and stingrays and lots of aquatic life from both the northern and southern hemispheres. ...
Today was the day we came up with the spontaneous plan to go to Algonquin Park. We realized that the best time to go was the 23, the very next day. We spent half a day in our hostel room doing our research and finding out the best mode of transport and accommodation for the trip. We found a highly rated hostel and called them to ask if they have vacancy for us. They told us ...
... have launched into my own monologue about how I’d assumed summer would greet me for my June arrival in Ontario, and how I’d thought shoes other than sandals, and raincoats would have been deadweight in my backpack. I could have soliloquised about how my attire of espadrilles and a £9 Primark attempt at a rain jacket with three-quarter sleeves wasn’t quite suitable for said November weather, and how annoying it was ...
Tuesday march 19 2013 The day the white veil returned is the day I rolled out of town. At the tail end of winter when my city is grey and dirty, I pressed the escape key. The endless snowy fields, sometimes patched with black dots made of large groups of crows, endless rows of pines and the grey ghosts of the naked trees cut up only by more fields and telephones lines, or the occasional signs of human presence. An ...