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Toronto is a lakeside city, but it's not the easiest to find or see the actual lake. Between downtown and the lakeside itself there is a huge highway to negotiate and it's one of the few things not connected to the underground labyrinth underneath the main city.
We finally made it down to the lakeside on our fourth day in the city and we're pleased we did.
We managed see some pretty graffiti, ...
... the bike so that it's not likely for it to break down. After all of the preventative maintenance, I recognize the bike no longer as a whole, but for the sum of its parts, which I'm used to seeing splayed all over a makeshift table in my Dad's garage.
For those who are interested, here are the items of maintenance:
steering head bearings
... br> for a two and a half hour delay, where Cindy chewed her nails
somewhere down the road, I was released to continue for some camping
and fishing in Wisconsin. The camp fires cooking dinner, again under
a tarp due to rain, were wonderful. Went fishing to Sandborn Lake and
caught a big Crappie, a good sized ...
... with us had been given a room with twin beds and they were quite willing to swap with us. Saved by the sisters!!!!
We were given a ticket for a free drink and a meal to compensate us for the inconvenience. When our guide checked her paperwork, she had confirmation that we had been allocated at twin beds at 4pm that day - and it was sometime after that they had changed it.
All's well that ends well. It was a great room with floor to ceiling window.
... not too much :P.
I have just had my first class, I think it would have been really good if I were not ill during it ;(.. Due to a lack of sleep during my last night at the hostel, where a man who is working at a taxi driver received two phone calls at 4am then proceeded to turn on the light and shave etc… then the alarms continued to go off until I finally got out of bed at 9. But ...