Residence Inn Mississauga-Airport Corporate Center West
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Once a travel blog has been started, the next step in planning a kick-ass road trip is to create some kick-ass playlists.
Since we will be travelling Canadiana-style, it really only makes sense to keep the playlists as patriotic as our journey. Enter: CBC Radio 3 (aka: my true ...
Tried to get to Toronto island today but due to the new operators of the island ferris being idiots they had kept the summer boat in the water, the ice had then come and had punctured a hole in the hull of the ferry the day before we tried to get to the island !!! This meant we had to take a crazy route to get to the island, it involved us getting the world shortest ferry in the world over to the airport before being yelled at my security jumping ...
... was cold, the oysters fresh, the service was very good and as I was about to find out reasonably priced for this hotel. After an light snack and a bottle of wine we headed over to the now open bar to wait for our room. Over the next two hours we have two cosmos each and a single glass of house white wine. When the $110 bill for five drinks arrived we are a bit shocked. Upon mentioning to the bartender that drinks were a bit steeped he replied "Well you know we are a ...
It was a full day of travel.
Left the cruise ship after breakfast. Our group met in one of the lounge's on the ship and we departed in a group about 8.30am. We were taken straight to the airport and it took ages to get our flights confirmed and bags checked. The Evergreen person (not our regular guide) took us to the group checkin, but we were all travelling individually and not as a group.
Finally made it through all the formalities with about ...
... at the somewhat oddly named Baby Nugget RV Park (N60 01.667 W129
04.956) where we had earlier stayed on our way up to Alaska along with Chris and Janet. This time, because we do not need electrical, water or sewer “hookups” like the monstrous RVs that use these parks, we were made to feel like 2nd class outcasts by the camp management when they dispatched us to the furthest and most desolate corner of their flat and totally characterless camping ground miles from ...