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... of The Cavern to help them.
During my time there I learned, to my surprise, that it is easy enough to walk Toronto without resorting to their public transport system ("mediocre at best" was how a hostel staff member described it). Casa Loma was a bit further out so we did use the subway to get there but other than that I walked, until I discovered the city sightseeing bus and started using that to get around. It was easy and informative (and ...
... to my right was a well-dressed southern lady who kept saying aloud over and over that everything was ok and everything would be alright. While she recited these reassuring words to the plane, nervous energy wore down her acrylic nails as she tapped them on her lowered seatback tray in a death march rhythm...the...entire…flight. I heard "sweet Jesus" from that direction when all wheels were on the ground.
Our layover ...
... been in the grip of airplanes, information booths, ticket counters, moving stairways, public address systems, surging harried people pushing buggies and luggage carts, different languages bouncing off your eardrums...you have to breath, late departure, de-icing and not enough sleep, you just have to breathe. Tony did a fine job, the stewardess was mortified.
We have arrived, a light rain, warm, and everything is green. It is March 2nd. Until later,
... interpretations to each site is amazing but is entertaining, we then hoped off and decided to have dinner in the hotel, the upstairs to pack the bags and get ready for the train in the morning, so will see you all in Halifax then have fun.
Cheers Stewart and Nancy
G'day All tiz i Taz,
Well what can i say we were up early and ready for the Shuttle to take us to Toronto when The bloke walks in in a suit and Tie and asks for Stewart ...
... rain, all the way home. We crossed the peace bridge from Detroit to Windsor, with a huge american frag bidding us farewell and a Canadian flag to welcome us. The rain subsided slightly to give us a chance to go to the duty free and pick up something for Nicole. We passed the border without a hitch, and the rain continue to pound the car. As we entered Ontario the signs were instantly bilingual, "to/vers" Ontario... Gotta love ...
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