Holiday Inn Yorkdale
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Near Yorkdale mall and TTC
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Ok so firstly I apologise for telling a few porkies. I will clear things up in this final blog entry. 1. We did not stay in Vegas for 1 week, we only stayed 4 days. 2. We never visited Chicago 3. We did not complete a 37 hour journey from LV to Chicago..... Instead we had a 68 hour coach journey from LV to NYC 4. We arrived in NYC on the 18th for a week. 5. We were never due to fly out of NYC, we were always due to fly out of Toronto 6. We only spent 24 hours in Toronto not 4 days ...
... a knight/princess was like back in those days so its a really good experience for people of any age and I saw allot of little kids with teenagers with enjoyment all of there faces if anyone does end up going to Toronto I defiantly suggest going to the casa ...
... from our camping space and how long it would take. It seems that everywhere we were traveling there was road construction and those kind do roads on a scooter are ******* the bum. It was rush hour traffic and with the big events downtown it made for a long, hot, muggy ride to Dundas Square, the heart of the theater district. This looked a lot like a smaller Times Square with lots of large advertising screens everywhere, street performers, a splash pad type area, and just loads ...