Holiday Inn Toronto International Airport
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Indoor pool
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... but busy with lots of tourists. We had lunch at the oldest pub in the town, and then drove towards the falls, past some very nice (and expensive!) looking houses. I decided then and there that I could easily live in Niagra-on-the-lake - if I ever won the lotto and decided to move to Canada that is. Anyway, on to the main show. I don't know if I can adequately describe how I felt watching all that water cascade over the edge, so I'll just make do with cliches - it was ...
... the middle. Lots of trees, some beautiful beaches and the squirrels are black and really cute (and fast - no photos). I sat on the beach in the sun and meandered through the trees (avoiding the clothing optional beach) and over bridges to different little islands and took a ferry back to the city by mid-afternoon. I walked up Yonge Street to the big shopping mall and picked up a Blue Jays hat (must fit in - everyone has baseball fever!), I finally found ...
My second stop in Canada was Toronto. I was very fortunate during my stay in Toronto to have Dawid and Manuel show me around and also introduce me to some of their friends. My first day after arriving in Toronto was spent at Georgina Island at a birthday party I was invited to with Dawid and Manuel. To get to the island we drove about 1 hour then caught a ferry across to the island. ...
... like Harry Potter in the sorting hat saying "Please not Slytherin!". Unfortunately I did not have a sorting hat and people that do not fill in forms do not deserve good luck. Back to the same guy.
As we approached the desk he tried (not very hard) ...
... tech appliances that ran my life for me were winking off. I was going rogue in the urban jungle, disappearing into the darkness of the distance. Something had to be done. A list! A list was in order to structure the one day I had left before I departed Toronto. (My faith in lists is boundless: they make the impossible somehow achievable, and I don't care what new fads the mindfulness coaches are pushing as list substitutes). ...