Holiday Inn Express Toronto - North York
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... downstairs! Better check it out. Bark, bark!
Bark, bark, bark, bark BARK! What’s going on? Where’s the action? Bark, bark! BARK!
Ah, nuts! Here comes the Man. Picks me up. Back upstairs. Tells me to go to bed. Well, this is a better spot. AM kinda tired. Circle, circle, circle. Tail seems ok. Feet? Ok.
Oh, he closed the door. Guess I’m not going anywhere now. Circle. ...
... 8212;Philippians 1:7. TRANSLATION DEPARTMENT Our branch cares for translation into several Native languages spoken in Canada and in the northern part of the United States. These languages, spoken by some 200,000 people, include Algonquin, Blackfoot, Inuktitut, Mohawk, Montagnais, Northern Ojibwe, Odawa, Omushkego Cree, Plains Cree, West Swampy Cree, and Woods Cree. Our branch also cares for translation into Quebec Sign Language. PRINTERY PRINTING ...
... trout in the lake but a boat was needed to catch them in deep water, it being impossible to fish from the shore due to
limited casting space and the water being too shallow and hence warm near to the banks. Later I even wasted $38 buying a fresh water fishing licence but never found a suitable spot from which to fly fish. Many of the local anglers spin for trout and often use live bait. Effective maybe, but not for me.
After Duck Mountain it was a long drive cross ...
We spent most of Thursday traveling to Toronto from Vancouver, not much fun really! Friday we met up with Jess, one of Emma's friends who lives in Toronto. We went off to Niagara Falls which is an actual town, not just a waterfall as we all thought! Haha the falls were phenomenal, and all the mist they produced a great antidote to a hot & humid day! We did the walk behind them through tunnels in the ...
After a few tears at the airport and a 25 hour plane ride, I finally arrived in Canada. It was so great to finally see my family again. I had my first taste of culture for dessert which was 'cool whip' pretty much just eatable fat, but it was delicious and the best part was it was lactose free. Yesterday (June 18th) we took the concrete jungle of roads to Wallmart, one word sums this place ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking