Holiday Inn Toronto-Brampton Hotel & Conference Centre
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... to the CN Tower and choose not to pay to go up. We take some snaps around the area but its hard to find an interesting angle to shoot the tower especially with all the tourists around.
Stop 2 was the Rogers Stadium aka the Bluejays home. Nothing too exciting so we look up and keep walking. Lonely Planet guides us to the TD building and the Fairmont Hotel before we decide that this is a lame walk. We head to a Starbucks to get some wifi to contact ...
... is still in place!) ... an unusual refinement even for the wealthy back then, a bathtub and a shower with a massaging arrangement of individual water jets ... he even had indoor toilets for the staff, which was pretty much unheard of back in the day!
The whole edifice cost around C$3.5 million ... real money at the turn of the century ... and, though it isn't as big as Hearst Castle, it's really really impressive!
... before a final highway drive through Ontario. After some debating we have decided to head west through the US as well. The northern states should provide a nice alternative to the Trans Canada route we took on the way to Toronto. It's all about variety!
First destination tomorrow will most likely be somewhere in Michigan. Today though, a BBQ is abrewin'. A BBQ that may even include downing a drink or two ...
... landed after midnight and contacted the ground crew to figure out our next step. We had missed our connecting flight from Toronto to Ottawa by two hours due to the four hour delay leaving Hong Kong. The ground staff notified us that we would be staying at the Sheraton Gateway overnight and that we were booked on the first flight out in the morning. We cleared customs with no issues and waited for what felt like forever to get our bags.
After a fun 24 hours in Niagara we returned to Ryan and Sarah's spacious house/flat in the suburbs of GTA. No not Grand Theft Auto but the Greater Toronto Area.
We spent a lot of time chilling out, which was really good after all the sightseeing and travelling we have done over the past few months. We also went to a Corn Maze at a farm, which included a petting zoo and A LOT of pumpkins. The animals were ...