Holiday Inn Express Toronto - North York
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
- Microwave in room
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... with a backstory. Because I’m writing this now, before the actual story writing, I don’t know if all of this will be possible. Many important fights and battles take place here, in the hero’s home. These fights have many clues to whether or not the hero’s prophecy will come true. This place is extremely important!
Second Place of Conflict: Island Robtopi, Peach’s Castle
After partly defeating a ...
... on to the broccoli. Another shopper searches frantically through the pile, desperate to find the four that must be superior to the other 97, tossing them aside (and bruising them in the process). Who will enjoy his salad more?
Two visitors are visiting Paris for the first time, for four days each. One plans and executes the visit like a military campaign, and manages to "do" twenty-seven points of interest in the four days -- in Thoreau's ...
... a short a time I get a message from a true friend for life that was up for meeting. A couple minutes later this blonde smiling and giggle girl walked in with a smile and hug. Then the drink order, yes a beer she hasn't changed at all. Over the next hour we catches up on what's been happening with friends and family and work. I felt a little like old times but we have grown up a lot in that time. My other friend ...
Josh Mel and Bronwyn are off on their own adventure today. We are delivering them to Josh's Dad's in East York...But first, a visit with my brother Art and his wife Sue and the dogs and the sugar shack...
We managed to get away around 10:30 am and head south to Art and Sue's. Uneventful trip as all the backseatigans were all plugged into various electronics...pretty quiet for us. Got to Adjula Techumseh near ...
... was the Thurston Lava Tube - it was cool and damp and eerie. Me and Kay went for a little bit of a walk inside - I thought it was the coolest thing to be able to walk through a lava tube. Then we did the Chain of Craters Road. Amazing to see the destruction the lava made. There would be signs up - "Lava Flow from 1974". It is eerie - just to see black lava as far as your eyes could see. Could also see the path the lava took in some cases - you could see the direction ...