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... however we read it the label still said it was at least one month past expiration) and by the time we pulled into Union Station we had made plans to visit Casa Loma in the morning. The following day we went to the Art Gallery, although it turns out I'm fed up of those too. There is one artist I'm fond of, Cornelius Krieghoff, as he painted a lot of Canadian landscapes with autumnal colours, and apparently I like that sort of thing.
I also liked the hostel ...
Atlanta is the busiest airport, but only when it feels like it. We were told to be at the airport at 4am for our 6am flight. Our hotel shuttle didn't start until 4 am, and when we arrived at 4:15, the terminal was completely empty except for this one lonely line in the corner with two agents for Air Canada. We got our bags checked at 4:35 and headed to security where we waited with the exact same crowd from our ticket line for security ...
... you very entertained. It was a fairly wam day and beverages in the vending machines can be somewhat expensive to expect to pay some extra fees for food and drinks.
Toronto is a unique city. There is quite a bit to do, especially with the city pass, so plan to stay more than one night if you want to see more than just the CN Tower and the zoo. I'll admit that it was quite an adventure and it was somewhere new to venture. As I said earlier though, if you're looking for ...
... more than made up for the money I'd spent going to that medical clinic in Quebec the other day. If I'd taken a taxi both ways it would have cost me over $100! As the sun set over the waiting planes, I reflected on what an incredible last month of travelling I'd been blessed enough to experience. My blog stats now tell me I've travelled a total of 26 783km this year, and been in 17 cities in four countries, I guess it's not distinguishing the fact that Adelaide ...
It's 8:30 when I get to Service Ontario and im not in top condition thanks to last nights antics. An hour later and having to explain that they can issue a plate on an Australian license, I have a temporary plate in my hand. A quick train ride and I'm cable tying the plate to the bike. Waiting for the basement door to open the bike stalls and won't start. Bloody fuel tap - doh. I'm finally on the bike ...
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