SpringHill Suites by Marriott Toronto Vaughan
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... immensely satisfying trip. You truely do feel that way too. The world seems completely open and full of possibilities and you want to meet and talk to everyone and why wouldn't they want to talk to you......
You can see from the pic that I'm fully packed and ready to go. Luke is lagging a little behind. Clearly his Irish Spring was the first thing that made it....... it'll be an adjustment not being able to take 2 showers a day! haha Hopefully his luck will improve once ...
Whoo! What a whirlwind trip this has been thus far! The entire New York portion of the trip, we did not sleep more than 6 hours every night as it was a non- stop adventure filled 6 days. That being said, the Toronto portion has had to compensate in the means of complete crashing! We are burnt out and look like death hahaha
So far Toronto has been wonderful. Caroline and Jodi are phenomenal hosts, and I feel privileged to have as great of friends ...
... a powerful movement, one that is now said to involve a at least thirty organizations, including local unions and all with the support of the Mayor of Puerto Aysén.
It all sounds a bit like the Occupy Movement in North America but just a bit rougher around the edges. The movement has put out a list of 11 demands but in general terms the leaders want greater control of their region's natural resources (mainly fishing, mining and ...
... really busy at the Hotel because of a medical convention that was happening there. It took at least an hour just to check in which was a real pain! After we finally got up to our room and had a little rest we went exploring. Toronto is famous for its "Path", a 27km underground tunnel that connects most of the main buildings of the city. In the colder months of the year people just ...
... going from one floor to the other. Just outside the office there was a fake beach which Alan and I took advantage of to rest our weary legs.Alan was amazed by a massive ship called Blacky which we believe was loading sugar as the big building next to it was a sugar refinery.
Having very nearly reached our destination we took a quick detour via Union station, the1 Skywalk (a walkway under glass) and the grocery store. Then it was time to make some pasta ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services