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... do another couple of months in Canada! (But don't worry, my flights couldn't be changed!) That being said, I'm really looking forward to coming back and hearing about what you've all been up to!
Thanks for following my blog for the last two months, I hope you've enjoyed reading about my travels, and also that you'll forgive me for all the spelling mistakes!
May God be with you, I hope we all meet soon in the Kingdom!
... famous games, the Stanley Cup, which surely must be the largest trophy in World Sport, was available to take a photograph with, as well as numerous other trophies awarded in the league. For me, being the child that I am, my favourite area of the museum was the 'interactive' area. This featured two incredibly cool games, in which you interacted with a screen to get a realistic ice hockey experience. We opted for the game in which you play the role as goalkeeper. From the outset, ...
... we found that to be true.
Of course one of the things we did while in Toronto was visit Niagara Falls. We went on a delightful day trip that included lots of photo stops, a buffet lunch, a ride on the Hornblower boat right up to the Falls, a walk round Niagara on the Lake and a visit to a winery where we discovered Kate rather likes ice wine (probably one of the most expensive types of wines around but that's hardly a surprise). Ours was a small group ...
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In Toronto it seemed that I was a gypsy. I stayed in about 8 different hotels in 6 weeks. I never unpacked my bags, just kind of piled up my stuff in groups in the bags so that I didn't have to dig for anything.
The reason I moved so many times was quite simple, the price of hotels went up and down. Of course the Hilton and Marriott’s were quite nice but when the price would go up over $120 then it was time to move.
I used Hotels.com mostly as ...