Mary-am Hotel North York
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... The falls were spectacular but both myself and James prefer the ones in brazil. Once we had returned, we ventured out for food and wine/beer and had our first ever taste of putine. Which to us Brits is basically cheesy chips with gravy! Can imagine it being fab when its -20 but on a hot summers day just felt a little wrong! For pudding on the way home, we stopped off at an icecream parlour and had birthday cake icecream... Cake flavoured icecream with blue icing swirls!!! Happy ...
... said that, it's quite rewarding and there are lots of comforts of North America (including just as good and in many cases better medical care) and it truly is a beautiful country.
Here are some of the many highlights from our stay:
... to get to it is by walking all the way up the driveway immediately south of the sign. The cemetery is behind the house and shed, and very close to these buildings. (The owners are friendly, but there is a dog). It is also possible to get in by walking halfway up the driveway to the north of the sign, but this may result in wet feet. The regional Town of Caledon has been doing a good job of keeping these inactive cemeteries in commendable ...
... the car and I met him in the lobby.
We then had some lunch and just walked around downtown Toronto and spent some time in music stores before picking up Brenda & Daisy. I got the new Robert Plant CD and the shop assistant saw me with it and asked if I had gone to the concert last night, so there is one I missed, didn't even know he was in Toronto .
We don't have a great record in being able to meet up successfully and this was ...
... day walking in Rekjavik planned. Icelandair charges for all food and doesn't serve hot meals so I could just sleep thru their meal service.
We landed in darkness so there wasn't anything to see on arrival. The guy next to me who was a local asked me if it was my first time in Iceland and how I liked it? I said I don't know ...