Howard Johnson Hotel Downtown Toronto - Yorkville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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15 hours flying to Vancouver....Had a woman sitting opposite me who cleared her throat constantly.. I was ready to offer violence by the time we landed.. We didn't get much sleep at all. We did enjoy the exit row seats..nearly as good as Business class I say..lol
A quick turn around in Vancouver and with all the time differences we arrived in …
Have arrived safely in Toronto after a very long flight. People kept asking us whether we were on Scenic, AAPT or Trafalgar Tours and we replied no we were on TFL Tours.
The journey started with Taryn taking me to the bus station where she announced that she had never been there before. "Why would anyone want to catch a bus to Sydney?" It was …
... walk of Toronto, I introduced them to Gabby’s restaurant, where Megan joined
us for the full British Bright family experience. Dad headed home for a bit, while I
took Mum on a guided tour of the Uni, with the beautiful buildings of
University College providing a refreshing contrast to the functional buildings
of Warwick. I felt like a proper tour guide. We then had a closely contested
game of Rummikub at a Board game café, so ...
... with lots of legroom, but as Elise had the window seat, I ended up in the middle seat next to a very large man who continually leaned his arms on my armrest so I couldn't access my controls. It was very annoying. However, I did manage to get a few winks of sleep.
We arrived in San Juan, Puerto Rico four hours later at 3:00 PM (San Juan ...
... mine from Sydney who was also studying at UofT whilst I was there and who now lives in Toronto. We caught up at Kensington Market for lunch which is a multicultural neighbourhood full vintage shops and street performers. The remainder of the afternoon was spent at the 'annex' which is the student hangout just north west of the uni campus, full of bars, pubs and cafés, followed by dinner in Toronto's glorious Chinatown! A trip to Toronto automatically necessitates ...