Radisson Hotel Toronto East
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... he mentioned the British police and said he cannot believe they walk around un armed. Literally he seemed like the stereotypical gun mad American. There was also the young traveller - this guy was Canadian. Turns out he had just decided one day that he wanted to see a bit of America. So at the age of 19 he jumped on his push bike and set off. He covered 800 miles on his bike!! He only had the clothes on his back and his wallet. He decided he'd had enough of cycling after 800 ...
... luggage is all collected and I am instructed to go and check-in at reception. Unlike most hotels, this 5 start hotel has about 4 separate desks with a nice set of seats at each. One almost feels like royalty in this place.
Checked-in and off up to floor no 15 which is the top of the range rooms.
As I opened the door and looked inside this room I thought I was walking into a kings palace. It was a massive room and the bathroom was marble from floor to roof. In ...
... called Tru Love, written and produced by a friend of a friend. Great movie! I met up with Nat around 330 and we headed off to our gate where we grabbed a coffee and had a visit. We had booked our tickets separately and had never made requests for seats and our seats ended up together! Flight was great but lots of bumpy spots! Customs was super quick and off we went to find the sign with my name on it ......and no sign! No worries, I had done my research and ...
... nearby buildings. John hesitated, then stepped onto the glass, walking over each pane but Rhianwyn stood frozen, not wanting to get within 3 feet of the glass. Finally, summoning all her strength she stepped gingerly onto the glass, never looking down and hoping that the toddlers happily jumping up and down on the inch thick surface would not dislodge it! It was a brief visit to Canada , in the middle of winter, but so worth ...
... crowds although a down side was that very few restaurants were open. We drove around town looking for somewhere to eat and the only place that we found open was Tim Hortons which is a coffee sandwich place. So Christmas lunch was a bowl of chilli for me and a sandwich for Joe! The boat trip on the river is closed during the winter season and I'm sure we will be back during summer to take that trip.
We had ...