Delta Toronto East
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Our visit to the city of Toronto included a trip up the CN Tower, the new and old City Halls and the University of Toronto.
The views of Toronto from the CN Tower make this a worthwhile attraction and there was also some information on the history of the city. Parts of the floor in the main observation deck are made from glass and it is …
... room. I SNIFF, SNIFF! in boy's room. Where are they? No more throwing? No more "here, Monty! Fetch, Monty?" Kind miss them. Pillow is nice, though. I am there most of the
night. I hardly ever sleep in my bed now. There are so many more comfortable
places in this establishment. Like the chair, for example. I choose the chair when she is at the computer, and the pillow when she is closer to me. She sneaks up to ...
... before our boys will start to leave home. Travelling with their parents will be less and less appealing or feasible. Rory will be 16 in less than a month. His world focus, rightfully, has started to turn outwards and he sees the world less and less through our filters. In 2 years he will (all things landing as they should) be launching off into the bigger world. Thomas is now 11 and has started to establish the foundation of his adolescence. A trip abroad to expand ...
... my cousins, and on the 1/4 acre back yard, we would play cricket. Being the only girl who cared to play (Beth hated it, Gabby was only a toddler), I had to be amazing. And I stood my ground. The point is, I can hit balls with bats. Not when it comes to a baseball bat, apparently. It was so embarrassing; I would go three-strikes-you're-out, and the sports teacher would insist I get another ten turns, until I hit the ball. He over estimated my ...
... at it's own speed and with it's own mood. Certaintly I will be happy to see old friends again. Even though I am not really good at keeping regular contact, my heart is linked to the land west of the Rockies by fond memories of those who have shared a few carefree years of youthfull nonchalance with me while I lived there in the late 80's and early 90's. Often in dreams we are reunited, soon in the flesh we will meet ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDelta Toronto East Scarborough
Spacious, clean rooms with a good breakfast. The hotel was booked as part of the tour and in most cases the hotels were excellent.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.