Radisson Suite Hotel Toronto Airport
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Thanks to Haley Nigel and Frazer for our drive to Toronto. Our hotel was awesome good price and really nice! I would recommend it totally. Radisson suite hotel on Dixon road. Sydney and John met us for supper at the Anchor bar it was pretty good. Nice quick shuttle to the airport, super fast check in, It pays to not check bags. Carry on only is the …
... the top of an Oregon volcano. All along this epic route we will describe the trip in detail and post images so you can ride along with us.
After the trip there will be a coffee table book produced and a video of the journey with images we will reserve just for these purposes! Its going to be fun and tiring and more than a little cramped as we travel together in an RV!
So mark the 10th of October in your calendar and check in often!
... costing many millions of dollars.
At the town of Niagara On The Lake we had about an hour to explore and shop. Again a very upmarket sort of place equivalent to a Cotswold village at home. Full of nice shops selling expensive things you didn`t realise you wanted!!
We later rejoined the bus and set off back to Toronto with a short stop for a change of driver. The journey back was a bit longer partly due to heavy traffic. The whole trip had been amazing ...
... altered as well, or it just could have been a peak time. Paul's handluggage was again sequestered for further inspection, though this time his corkscrew and minature tool set were seized and confiscated.
The plane to Deer Lake left late, but arrived on time. 01.11 hrs. Walked down the steps into freezing wind and light rain. Miserable. Head down and straight to the terminal. Cab to the hotel and crashed.
... the immigration officer who asked how one I had money to travel for leisure. I cheekily responded that I have no debt and mortgage. Perhaps he thought I was going to join the large Goan population in Mississauga. In a far away land outside of Toronto there is a place called Mississauga. Where, I reunited with Goans from Tanzania, most from Tanga knew Mum and had known Baba. I even got to meet his best man from the wedding and Mum's old boyfriend! I suppose it was ...