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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... everything, push the house over or drop the candy on the flood. Nonetheless they all came out pretty good. In the evening we watched "The Holiday" and snacked ochicken fingersrs.
The day of Christmas Eve was food preparation time and shopping. Boxing day sales were already on and i have to admit that they were good sales! We were back on time for me to skype home. This was the first Christmas i wasn't at home. Even though we had "moved" Christmas to ...
... have applied for an entry visa. But we're all the Queens' servants so we were, of course, sweet and the Canadians rolled out the red carpet and heralded our arrival with a "Take Care" and we were in!
After 11 hours we arrived at the lovely Toronto house we had rented for the week which was waiting our arrival with comfy beds and a welcoming bottle of red. We dumped our bags, checked the ...
... the ATW80 itinerary as well as the coordinators for each leg, Matt Buruss, Amber Kelleher, Benson Tang, Lisa Williamson, and Whitney Kulesz, I am so appreciative of your consistent efforts to put together the best possible 5 weeks of international corporate travel immersion. To those at BCD Travel; Chicka Elloy, Thad Slaton, Jay Rhodes, and Christian Dahl, who recognized something in me during the application process and gave me the green light to go on the ...
... had stolen her boarding pass. Haha was almost an incident but surprise surprise was in her purse of course all resolved by a big round of we d
Told you so from the security ladies lol
Nothing left but to have our starbucks and get on board
Let the adventur begin, next up the airport 100 meter dash at Charlotte
It seemed like the middle of the night when the limo picked me up to take me to the airport. It was actually 3:45 a.m.
My longtime friend, Joan Gingras and I met at Toronto International and once through security we stopped at Tim Hortons for a very early breakfast. As we waited for our 7:00 a.m. flight the phrase "Hurry up and wait" came to mind.
Our WestJet flight was not crowded so Joan and I were able to spread out a little ...