SW Hotel Toronto Airport
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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We will meet at All Saints Friday afternoon - 14:00 at the latest and then transfer to Pearson Airport at 15:30. Have arrived safely at the airport. Flight is on time. We depart Toronto on AC 890 direct to Rome. Flight leaves at 20:05 Toronto time and arrives at 10:35 Rome ...
For my upcoming adventure, I've started a playlist for each province we will be visiting. The premise is simple: my favourite Canadian artists are sorted by the province they hail from or at least have called home at one point in their lives. I like to break rules (especially my ...
... here are nuts! We walked through the metal detector and walked up a bunch of stairs to find our seats.... up some more stairs, up a little more, up again. Yeah, we were RIGHT up top with a birds eye view of the whole stadium. The seats weren't too bad, we could still see everything, and we had the row to ourselves.
We cheered on the Toronto Raptors, but secretly were in favor of the Nuggets. The Nuggets, are a great team! ...
... rating 3 years in a row. The food was fantastic. Dim sum platter and duck rolls for our appetizers, black Berkshire pork with morels and a spicy XO sauce, lobster with mushrooms and beans in another spicy XO sauce, fried udon noodles with crispy duck and some jasmine rice for our mains and an amazing duck and mango dish with honey and lemon for dessert. We are a smidgen strange about desserts, if we have room we usually order another appetizer instead of having a traditional ...
Today, Subra, Jia Yin and I headed down to U of T to get our student IDs. We also set up our utoronto emails and paid for our university health insurance plan. We then went down to Kensington Market. Over there, I found out that the place that Santi and I thought was Kensington Market was not the real deal. It's time I realized that we had to turn into a smaller lane off Spadina street to get to the actual market. The area had quite a number of eateries ...