Monte Carlo Inn & Suites Downtown Markham
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Ever tire of the daily bland routines your life has to offer? Well, then don't hesitate, take a stroll outside, and dive into your nearest mythical-looking water, and enter the world of Orbis Terrarum. If you start falling instead of sinking, you'll know you're getting somewhere. If not, then make sure your will has been written, because you won't be living much longer. Let's commence!
... is 2 miles) The Dauqua River has raging rapids and is very dangerous to sail as there are gigantic crocodiles lurking underneath the river waiting for its prey. After the battle in the river, Vercertica and the rest of the Shrygans have to cross the dry lonely Astinos Desert. This desert is just plain massive. This desert is about 800 whuemerns long. As Vercertica and the Shrygans cross the Astinos Desert, Threshrage's soldiers and monsters again try to slay Vercertica and ...
... drained from the jet-lag. We woke up at 7pm for dinner and in the spirit of spontaneity we decided to head down south from our hostel to find dinner. We found St Lawrence's Market but it was closed. We continued our walk down Jarvis Street and came to Loblaws at Queen's Quay. It was a great find. We went in and decided to buy takeout food and eat it at the water front area. We got a huge pizza and some cheesy cauliflower plus some juice and then headed to ...
My final Tuesday of travelling was spent doing activities that are probably never said in the same sentence. Me and Alyssa visited the Toronto Science Centre and then attended a Jazz concert in the evening. The reason behind these were that the science centre was included on the City Pass and Anne-Maria had received two free tickets to the jazz concert.
Alyssa was quite excited about the prospect of the science centre. She had very good ...
... wander around the museum and kill a couple of hours.
After the museum we headed out into downtown Toronto to find a spot for lunch. We found a collection of restaurants and I picked the yellow building for lunch, which turned out to contain probably the most expensive restaurant in the square and also not much choice. We sat outside on the patio and waited for our posh burgers. As we waited we did a bit of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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