SW Hotel Toronto Airport
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... in Dakar, Senegal where according to South Africa Airways they "fog" the ceiling of the plane but we do not disembark. This travel doctor did have a nifty travel kit that was worth the money so we are covered for all the usual problems (I think!)
With any luck we will leave here tomorrow at 7:30 am and make our way to Pearson for our 10-ish flight to Washington DC. Neither of us can believe it is really happening!
... s luck and then Min using her beginners luck to keep the girls dominating :) Min had dashed over to us after fencing training, so called it a night at about 10. We let her leave after playing with her sabre! The rain began to pour down. It was still muggy but it felt the storm that had been threatening for a few days were upon us! We said our goodbyes to Jamie (hoping not to wake him in the morning) and headed off to bed ourselves for a 4:30 alarm ...
... passed through about half an hour before boarding time. I had reserved premium seats by the door with extra legroom for Anne and me but we were relocated to bulkhead seats because our seats got wet while they were loading in food through the aircraft door! Boo! We had a smooth flight to Paris. Sally, Darlene and Ted were on the upper deck and thought this was much better than the main ...
... Ryerson 4 - 3 at the last 3rd. Although no fights, the game wasn't without incident. The referee was knocked unconscious for a good ten seconds by the puck, and the U of T coach was slashed in the head with a stick as a player was slammed along the side of the rink.
With our new found knowledge of hockey we can definitely say we are supporters of the U of T Hockey team
... to do more blog writing. After getting a sandwich, I continued walking along the road. The wind picked up, so I followed the loop back to the Waterfront. The wind was so strong I was almost leaning forward walking into it, and the entire time I had my hand on my head holding my cap. I eventually made it back to the Waterfront. I did one last look around the shops, and then worked my way back. I did stop in at the radio station they have there. It's ...