Radisson Hotel Toronto East
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the UK. Not a lot to see out the window, but it was fun to track our progress on the live map, fortunately the clouds broke as we were crossing the English Channel and I was able to take my first photo of France. Before we knew it we had landed at Charles De Gaulle and we thought the toughest part of the trip was over.....we were wrong, this was the start of the longest day ever!!!
... hot and cold dishes and fabulous puddings and cakes. We then rejoined the bus and were taken a little way along to Table Rock which gave us more superb views of the entire falls. We were glad that we had decided to visit Niagara Falls from the Canadian side rather than from the American side as you could see the whole panorama of the falls more easily. It was then back on the bus again for a short trip out to a viewpoint over the Whirlpool which was quite ...
So this trip is for my birthday. I tend to not like my birthday, not because of the aging but some other reason that tends to bring me down. Just melancholy. But this is a big birthday, 30, and it would be a shame to let it go by wo without going all out. So I decided on a trip abroad because I love traveling and what better way to turn 30? I will turn 30 in Budapest. This trip is also partly a gift from my grandma Jo. When I ...
... Security had been heightened due to the recent shooting in Ottawa. Boots, scarf, ipad, not a problem. Paul's case? His needed to be hand searched, his souvenier sicilian rock and the suitcase scales requiring an extra inspection. The plane was delayed by several hours (not our fault), but as we had five hours in Toronto to make our connection, no stress.
Coming into Toronto Airport, the pilot reminded everyone ...
We arrived in sunny steamy Toronto in time for Apple picking. The ladies and men were separated by apples and beer. Adam, Becca and Amber had prepared a great welcome for their grandparents, there were posters all over the front door and art work in progress even as we walked in the door. Grandparents, aunties, uncles, brothers, sisters, nieces and nephew all around catching up rediscovering each other after long absences. In time for thanks giving in Canada. The ladies ...