Hotel Indigo Toronto Airport
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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I booked the 8:00 am flight from Chicago to Toronto thinking we would get a bit of a sleep in (compared to our other early mornings anyway), but it was not to be; I had forgotten that it was an international flight so we still needed to be at the airport by 6:30 am. I was so glad that I didn't book the 5:30 am flight, which was the other alternative! We caught the Orange line back to Midway, arriving at the airport about 5:45 am - at least it's better than being late. ...
... are leaving behind. Although my adventures will last only a short period of time (3 months to be exact), I found myself unable to control my emotions while bidding adieu to friends, family and co-workers. The logic in me said this made no sense...it is only a brief and temporary situation! I will return and life will go on as if I never left. However there is a gravity ...
... 8217;t like intruders. For an instant my mind
flashed to the gun wielding rednecks of the south, then regained my composure
as I realised Canada was more peaceful.
We then checked out the free apples and cider press. It was
a wooden structure of ye olden times, and we helped with the pressing of the
apples. I felt my dad’s somerset farming blood running through my veins, and
enjoyed this brief interlude into ...
... available. For those of you who haven't heard about the 'Book of Mormon', it was written by the guys who wrote South Park series. It is a musical about two young Mormons being sent to Uganda to convert the natives. Very funny, very bold and a bit rude but very well done. The three ladies sitting next to us were so offended that they contemplated leaving at Intermission. My sister Julie recommended the show to us. I am now a bit concerned about her hidden sense ...
... escape? I hope it’s not going to escape.’ I shared that sentiment seeing the size of the beasts I saw that day. After downing some free water, fulfilling two stereotypes of Uni
life, I headed home on the subway. That’s right, I’m finally conquering public transport.
I was thinking about going to a performance of Shakespeare at High Park later that evening.
However, when I discovered they were showing Titus Andronicus, ...