The Stay Inn
Travel Blogs from Etobicoke
We got to our hotel in Toronto around 9:00pm and were bush tired from the long drive from Detroit and the flat boring 4 hour drive. We stayed at the Stay Inn- Etobicoke hotel just outside of Toronto. Overall the hotel was good. It did look like it was somewhat from the Brady Bunch era, but it was okay for us. Our room was kinda small especially with the giggling going on in bed. HAHA!
Most of the morning i spent with Oliver walking all round the Lake Shore and Toronto.We were both taking loads of photos mine were mainly for memories and Oliver were mainly for work.It was really nice spending time with Oliver and getting to know him more and more and by the end of the morning i could tell he was a really nice person ...
Andrew Kay, Alto & Soprano Saxophones, & Percussion
Justin Gray, Upright & Electric Basses
Adam Teixeira, Drums, Cymbals, & Percussion
w/ Todd Pentney, Piano & Keyboards
& Derek Gray, African Percussion & Drums
Special Guest: David Mott, Baritone Saxophone
... 8217;m here so what the heck. The cool thing about the elevator is it is on the outside so you can really see yourself going up – on the Burj Kalifia the elevator is on the inside so you have no idea until you reach the top. Going with the international city thing, I was only one of a few white people at the top – a vast majority were Asian taking a million pictures. Yes, I did take a few myself. The views overlooking Lake Ontario and the Toronto Islands ...
... Licks, we spotted Nonno in the parking lot of the Comfort Inn by the airport. We were excited to see that Adam and Matthew were in the room right
next door but we all knew that we had to get ready for bed as quickly as possible because tomorrow we had to wake up very early.
We set our alarms (hotel wake up call, cell phones and ipad, just to be safe!) for 2:00 am and all turned in early. Big day tomorrow!