Radisson Hotel Toronto East
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... John! I was pretty overexcited to see Pierce Brosman’s shoes that he wore
in Goldeneye! They had everything, from Madonna’s heels, to John Lennon’s
loafers, and even Robert Redford’s cowboy boots that he wore offset during the
Out of Africa film!
I headed home, only to discover that my housemates were
pre-drinking, getting ready to go and see the Nuit Blanc. So I figured I
should go on round two! ...
... check it out and see? Why not?
We headed to our new home landing spot and found it to be adequate for our needs. It seems that many campgrounds we have noticed have become permanent homes for some folks. Must be a cheap way of living if you can get a season deal. Many spots in here are the same. Kind of a trailer park feel. Trailers and 5th wheelers with Christmas lights on them and even little Christmas trees lit with lights, campfires, standard bathrooms with not ...
... But we did see 4 home runs, some amazing catches, slides in to base and the fastest field rakers in the league. We also got extortionately over-priced beer, sang along to 'Take me out to the ball game' and clapped along with the crowd, even if we had to double check after why! After almost three and a half hours we were in the final innings with a possible come back on the cards but a Baltimore catch saw the end of that and the game ...
... cities led to that decision. Makes me look forward to spending time with a twisting and winding old friend to get from Buffalo to home.
Victoria University is locked down tight. Even I'm impressed. Still some vulnerabilities, but very hard to exploit. Unless you get someone to do something silly, then the keys to the kingdom are still hidden behind redundant layers of security. Well done Victoria University.
No wifi there, so I am in search of ...