Staybridge Suites Toronto
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Admittedly, watching half a LOTR movie is a much more pleasurable way to spend two hours, which turned out to be about the amount of time I spent wandering around Toronto trying to find my hotel.
It turns out that Victoria Street is under fairly heavy construction at the moment. I took the detour and ended up getting completely turned around on Yonge Street. After walking around with absolutely no clue for fifteen minutes, ...
... Forest. Elmrancer Forest can be described as eerie, dark, creepy and terrifying. The Elmrancer Forest is rather humid and hot than cold and frigid. Vercertica and Rashin decide to go to the south city for two reasons. The first reason is to gather some help and weapons and the second reason is to see if Threshrage's soldiers are there with Rheaia. In the Elmrancer Forest, Vercertica and Rashin encounter many dangerous animals. A pack of Samalekins (giant wolves) decide to ...
After the short humans finished eating, one of the others invented a game: Monty in the Middle. I’m a natural, you see. The kids love me, and the mom figured out a way to include me so I couldn’t eat their puzzles. Really, I must admit I was great at this. I just sat and shone; they could see my star quality and wisely made me the centre of attention. I did
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... br> Finally was the autograph session, the photo session had already taken place this morning. A big change from when I last went to conventions is you know have to pay for photos/autographs on top of convention admission which was $45. For a photo with Peter Davison you had to pay an extra **FIFTY DOLLARS** . Good job I have my photos/autographs from ...
We went to Toronto islands today. It was a really cloudy day, a double edged sword. The temperature was just right but the photos weren't clear. The ferry to the island took about 15 minutes and cost 7 CAD. Our first stop was this really dubious looking puppet show that was pay what you want. We went in without any expectations. It turned out to be a kids show called slumber land that left us feeling like we were going to sleep ...