Residence Inn Toronto Markham
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... Vercertica and Rashin discover many weird animals like wolves the size of humans, swift yet large carnivorous lizards, snails as big as dragons and many more. The Elmrancer Forest contains many types of trees like oak, birch, spruce and many more. The trees are as tall as skyscrapers with many enormous caves and rocks on the ground. The trees are so tall and thick that no sunlight touches the ground so the forest is always dark and there are no plants on the floor of ...
... sufficient for admission.
So we ended up in the familiar "cheap seats" passenger waiting area for the 5 hour wait for our connecting flight to Vancouver, BC.
We're now sipping hot tea and starbucks, munching on M&Ms and reading or making entries into our blog, as we wait for our next flight.
Overall our short stay as guests of the folks of Toronto Pearson International Airport has been quite ...
... with his attitude towards the show making meeting him somewhat of a disappointment. Over the years his attitude has either mellowed or he has learned to be a better 'in-person' actor at these live events. His daughter is now married to the actor that played the 10th Doctor so his family life is somewhat complicated and tied in with the show.
... 8211; it really could not have worked out any better!
I went to Toronto island for a day, it’s a little island off the bottom of Toronto city, for $7 you take a ferry over there and back. To be honest there isn’t really too much to do there, but it was a very nicely maintained, lots of greenery. They were having a Toronto running thing going on the island, and a few beaches, but apart ...
We got checked in . . . and made our way to our room on the 4th floor--limit of 6 on the older elevator! The hallway was not air-conditioned, but the room was . . . and it was a joy to behold!!
We got minimally organized, then it was time to retrieve a cold drink.
I went for a walk to check out the location and get a sense of where we are in the city.
Toronto is a very vibrant city . . . lots of young people and a demographic ...