Homewood Suites by Hilton Burlington
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Travel Blogs from Burlington
... to be more productive on Sunday when we actually made it outside - to a nearby lake which was absolutely lovely, although to the dismay one of our younger company, way smaller than the scale he's used to growing up near Niagara. The 100m expanse of deep deep turquoise water is hidden in a valley of pine trees, and aside from occasional glimpses through the trunks of the raised kids boardwalk that takes you on a loop of the shore, you could easily imagine it ...
... of Bexley. It isn't happy, and full of joy. It's murky and quite menacing as well. The houses are small, cute and old-fashioned, they are large, abandoned and neutral. The people there are very shy and hate to be outside of there houses so, this town is extremely quite. Halegate is a town filled with people who's lives are miserable or they just want to get away from all the happiness. It is the place to be if you need to think or need some time alone.
... Side note on that, how can I pick only 5 shirts out of what seems like hundreds I own? It seems like such a stupid dilemma but it's not. This is what you're wearing for 4+ months. I then tried fitting everything into my backpack and of course it just fits. Which means in a month nothing will fit. I couldn't wait for this day to come now I'm thinking too soon I need more time.
... island we had the most amazing view on the Toronto skyline!! And I can tell you, the CN tower is not so ugly at night! :D It lights up in all kinds of colours, although ofcourse its basic colours are the Canadian colours, red and white.
The rest of the days I chilled out -really needed that- and did some necessary shopping.
Yesterday (wednesday) was my first day of classes and I had two 3-hour classes in a row... that makes 6 hours. I've NEVER had 6 hours in a row ...
... as Matthew would say. Although, it was great fun watching Dave have to ask for help to purchase the tube tickets! After refueling and chiseling the grime off our teeth we hit the town. A dear old friend from Branksome, who lives here, suggested a walk in Green Park to shake off the jet lag....which led us to Buckingham Palace, and then a double decker tour bus ride....Upon which Matthew promptly fell asleep. Thank goodness it's a 24 hour ticket and we can try again ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center