Isabella Hotel and Suites
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... clothing optional beach (nudist)
not much to add, am not really taken with Toronto, lots of interesting things to see, too big for my liking.
we are off to Niagara this morning, is only 100 ks away, will also do boat trip at the base of the falls, looking forward to that.
... the plane wasn't.
The plane was running over thirty minutes late, which meant a late (after 11.00pm arrival in Toronto).
Flight schmite - reasonably uneventful, but the airline is so tight that they even expected us to pay for headphones. Lucky we had our ear buds.
But in Toronto, meteorological disaster had struck - thunder, lightning, hail earlier in the day - so there was also a delay on the tarmac before we had a ...
... north and checked out both China Town and the are surrounding University of Toronto. The campus is huge, and took much longer than I anticipated to walk around. But it was totally worth it. The campus is absolutely stunning, and really is its own little community within the city. Even though the campus was empty, there was still plenty to see and take pictures of.
With only a couple hours of daylight left, ...
We started our sightseeing of Toronto at the Hockey Hall of Fame. This was really interesting, very informative and also interactive for the kids. Steve and I had our photo taken with the Stanley Cup ....not the original, but the one that will be presented when the Stanley Cup is decided. From there we went to the St Lawrence Market... A good meat and food market for ...
... is both the early twentieth century soldiers, capitalists and industrialists identity and the famous million millionaire Sir Henry Mill Pellatt to the left.Second stop: Royal Ontario Museum abbreviation ROM. Its main contents are archeology, art, biology. The museum has a variety of collectibles, such as mummies, Chinese tombs and so on. It is also Canada's largest museum has the largest collection of projects it contains natural science, animal ecology, art and ...