Park Inn By Radisson Toronto-Markham
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My stay was lovely, it was pretty and comfortable, good food had a pool, great people.
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... villain himself, who tries to make anything/everything the most evil it can be.
To sum everything up, the hero lives in a grand castle, conflict mainly happens in the grassy fields and sunny-side village, and the villain lives in a dark cave. But when the villain and hero go to battle on the battlefield, will the hero win? Will the villain? Will the villain take over Neverland? Or will the hero save the ...
Beyond the ancient borders of Adelyn, Millford is a place of one world… rush. Mortals who live here spend their time hustling around, hailing taxis and catching buses. The urban city is full of excitement and the closest hillsides are far down at the city’s east border. It is also the home of the Blue Gate Agency and all the secret, undercover individuals who live in it. Here, the main attraction in the Bayston Bridge, which is ...
... 3 places the hero travels
too. The hero's home is in the middle of the land in a castle (Castle Remond).
Conflict #1 is in Port Sador. Is it dangerous or not? Ca you feel that mythical shift of wind in the air that singles you out? Conflict #2 is at the villain's domain (Castle Hiberni) so they are both together. The castle is not what you would expect from a evil place. It's a lush green land and ...
... boats and ships coming and going, it was like the olden days all over again! I checked out what was cheap to visit locally, and after getting lost several times (I’m sure it’s around here somewhere…) and encountering a very creepy mime artist, I finally found the Museum of Inuit
Art. Now I’m the last one to be the fan of art, as I don’t have a clue about it. However, this was great. They had a little quiz at the start, ...
... but the whole time you're there with a smile on your face because how many people can say they have not only been to Niagara Falls, but been in a boat on the river itself and straddled the border of America and Canada at the same time :).
After the boat ride, Jess decided we should try walking back to the bus depot (I say Jess, because if you do decide to do that walk one day, know that it's not as close as the little map would have you think). It was a good ...