Holiday Inn Express Toronto - North York
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... actually relaxing. I carefully set out my towel to sit on. I smoothed out each individual wrinkle because I’ve always been known to be very meticulous. My heart was pounding to the rhythm of the pouring water while I cautiously walked nearer to the waterfall. I've heard stories about people being swept away by the rushing currents. I was getting more nervous as I walked nearer to the waterfall. All I could hear was ...
... a Heart Advice of the Week at www.shambhala.com/heartadvice/ The advice today couldn't be more timely as I travel to Nova Scotia to spend a week with my friend, and a Shambhala author, William Gilkerson. In addition to the travel, I have also started my own journey that includes acknowledging pain, loss and disappointment. It's surprising when a loss from 30 years ago is voiced how raw and real it ...
... the driver side. We stopped to help and to get our stomachs back where they belonged and our hearts to slow down. Remarkably, no one was seriously injured. The sleeping car driver was taken out of her car fairly unscathed and the truck driver managed to climb out the passenger side of the truck and she was pretty much in shock as well. Pretty frightening!!! The road was covered in car and truck shrapnel and they were closing ...
... is that other drivers tend to give you loads of space..
After 4 wrong turns and many illegal U turns we get into the mayhem which is Toronto traffic..
Finally arriving at the Holiday Inn hotel and are directed into a dim cavern masquerading as a garage..
At this stage I don't care all I want is away from that infernal car..
Get the lift up to the lobby and check in.."do you have a car"? I consider disowning it..
We can validate your ...
... a waterfront development created in 2010 in the place a derelict car park once stood. It was one of the first stages in the revitalisation of the waterfront.
Safe to say that when we got to Polson Pier we were sweaty, hot, thirsty and hungry. Our water had gone warm bleh. We expected this 'Pier' to be like Pier39 in San Francisco with lots of food and shops and bars etc.
This place was a complete HOLE! There was NOTHING there! No ...