Holiday Inn Yorkdale
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Near Yorkdale mall and TTC
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I'd been to the Skydome over 10 years ago and really remember nothing from that other than the low attendance and everything being blue. I can't say it's any less blue or that the attendance has necessarily improved but I had a much better time this go round. The Skydome features a retractable roof which, lucky for us, was open on what was a …
... towers of Downtown Toronto. We walked and walked and walked. We found shops and we looked for warm jackets but it is spring in Toronto and all the spring fashion is all that is in the shops. Every person I asked said that all the winter stock had been sold and the specials had cleared all the final stock. One security guard suggested we go to the Salvation Army shop but that was a long way away - several blocks, and that would involve a lot of being 'outside' to get to. We ...
... Nations and a breath-taking photographical
On Tuesday, we decided to ascend the CN tower for a spot of
lunch, with wonderful food and panoramic views across Toronto, which changed as
the restaurant rotated. It was the finest lunch I’d had in years. After a
beautiful Chinese later that evening, where our waiter bore my lack of
chopstick skills with fortitude, I bid adieu to the parents.
Next up was the AGO ...
... Cave Tour
Tikal Sunrise Tour
The beaches at Placencia & Hopkins
Garifuna drummers & drumming lesson in Hopkins
Meals at Cenaida's in San Ignacio, MoJo and Rumfish y Vino in Placencia and Tina's Kitchen in Hopkins.
... and of course all of the wonderful, welcoming people who made our stay so special.
Now, back to dealing with (very) cold reality, but hey, it's Christmas time, so everything is great again!
... of course revisiting the old town and port. Four days later it was time to say a goodbye and board another train, this time to Quebec City. The 'Old Town' of QC, located on the tip of Cap Diamant overlooking the Saint Lawrence River, is one of the oldest European settlements in North America and easily one of the most gorgeous. We stayed in an area of QC called Montcalm, 15-20 minutes walk to the Old Town. Most local Québécois live outside the walls of the Old ...