Novotel Toronto Vaughan Centre
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... of appropriate baking equipment and the fact we'd offered to do 2 cakes as there was going to be 80 people.
Thursday morning we had some business items to attend to and then in the afternoon we took advantage of the empty apartment and bought all of the cake ingredients and started baking. We made 6 cakes in total, three chocolate and three vanilla. The idea was that we would layer them on top of one another alternating flavours, like top deck chocolate. The end ...
... about bag storage. He kindly offered to store our bags for free for the afternoon since we were taking a bus from their bus depot. We rewarded his kindness with a small tip and bounded off excitedly, free from the burden of our bags and ready to explore the falls. First stop, the famous Maid of the Mist boat trip. Ro had read that the Maid of the Mist stopped running at 4.45pm. It was currently 3.45pm and we were hoping we werent too late to get on a boat. Turns out the boats ...
... around for two hours. The airport was pretty nice but really crowded. There was no available table at all the food places. We tried asking two local ladies to take a photo for us but we were rejected both times. It was quite upsetting. I still believe there are nice people from Hong Kong who would take photos for us out there.
The flight from Hong Kong to Toronto was 15 hours. The longest flight I've ever experienced. I sat beside a Chinese national and his son. While I ...
... will never even be considered in a competition with families of already 80 (!) FIRST cousins... At least my kids will have a few cousins to hang out with (or so I am hoping).
The food tonight is amazing and delicious, I love the Roti bread and all the spicy dishes that are being served!! It tastes so good!!! I devour my meal with great enthusiasm and happily take the offer of extra hot sauce and thus, within only minutes, I ...
... A bit weird. It was like an alternate universe type of thing. Next stop was Mike' favourite coffeshop 'Jimmy's'. Malison and Kev all got vanilla lattes and Erin immediately had coffee envy. We made our way further through Kensington markets, stopping at cheese stores and making our way down to Chinatown finishing up at a French eatery called 'La Gourmand' where we stocked up on the most delicious chocolate chip cookies. After all our treats we watched the AFL Anzac Day ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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