Hotel Toronto Airport
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It's a good thing the clown car left early because there was an accident on the highway and we had to detour approx an hour out of the way. We made it on time and managed to still get 4 of 6 seats together but we couldn't hit the fancy airport lounge.
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We ended up sticking five people, six pieces of luggage into a Passat. Becky was suppose to drive us in a Jeep Cherokee but the car was in the shop so she had to borrow a Passat.
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... us if they were for us to smoke ourselves or if they were gifts for someone else. Confused, I explained "they were for us to eat on the flight; they are snacks". She then asked us about cigars and I had to repeat quite clearly that we had muesli bars. She continued to ask us about cigars. I know the Canadian and American people have trouble understanding our accent, but really! How do you get 'cigar' from 'muesli bar'? We soon realised after finding our way out of customs (without ...