Holiday Inn Yorkdale
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Near Yorkdale mall and TTC
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... quite cool. You really got a feel for the power of the water when you're that close to it. Next I participated in a traditional/obligatory boat ride to the falls, not on the Maid of the Mist, but the Hornblower. I discovered that there are two boats that go down, one from the Canadian sides the other from the American side of the river. The maid of the mist is American, the Hornblower Canadian. Hence I donned a more attractive red rain poncho, climbed aboard the Hornblower ...
... in was easy and, as I was in Sleeper Class (hah!) I got to use the business lounge. We boarded and had a little look around. It's a very long train - 24 carriages, just over 3/4 of a kilometre long! I was tired after a long day of walking and as it was past 10pm, I figured out how to get my bed out of the wall and tried to sleep. They say the first night is the hardest and sheer exhaustion helps you sleep on night two ... fingers crossed! Distance walked: 18 ...
... I also did quite a lot of walking around different neighborhoods and had my first visit to an IKEA store. I think Toronto would have been quite boring if I hadn’t known people here as there isn’t so much to do. On my last day we went to Toronto Islands which is an island in front of Toronto. From here there is a really nice view of the city and we watched an amazing ...
... folly on the hill'. Having gone, seen and conquered the stairs of the Scottish tower, I am inclined to agree, but there can be such a thing as a folly that is admirable, that takes your breath away with its audacity- and this is the genre of folly that the Hill House happens to be. First built in 1911 by Sir Henry Hill Pellatt, the house squats in the north of Toronto at the top of Spadina Road. My first glimpse was of one odd, ...
... sights and people more than made up for it! Meeting new people is always fun, seeing new places is always intriguing, learning the history, the story behind a particular artifact (ask about my favourite shop in Antigua), makes it all that much more fascinating. To walk where history has happened, not always pleasant, makes a place come alive for me.
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