Holiday Inn Express Toronto - North York
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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I was late in leaving for the Remembrance Ceremony, so I was quite hot and frustrated running down Yonge Street, onwards hurtling into the absolutely blinding sun, praying I was on the right track. For a day to remember the events of a century ago, the sun and sky and elements had contrived for an hour of crystallised clarity. So the sun was unseasonably warm, the sky was pale, the whole dome of the earth was comforted by ...
... 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 ...
... and chocolate. ( gluten free means healthy right???) coming back through Chinatown and looking at all the goodies hung in the windows left us feeling some what hungry. We ate at home majority of the trip as we agreed we had done our amount of eating out. Don was clever enough to locate a strip of car dealerships so we could shop with all the cars in one place. Once we were there we came across Emo's, he had a 1998 GMC Safari and it was a price ...
Back to Kaitlynn's house on Friday before heading to the Toronto Zoo on Saturday. It wasn't too bad, although the Zoo's in Australia seem more animal friendly. Got to see a lot of local animals such as bears, racoons, bald eagles, wolves, bison, moose etc. My favourite moment however was when a gorilla came and sat underneath my window to eat his food. I also got to try the very Canadian treat of beaver tails which is like a flat donut with ...
... of time there. Time well spent.
From there we headed further East to the Distillery District also known as the 'Old Town'. A very nice (more expensive) boutiquey area complete with cobblestone streets. We found a little gem of a chocolate shop called Soma chocolate where we watched part of the chocolate making process and filled up our chocolate stashes with all different types to try.
On our way back to the hotel we stopped at St ...