Super 8 Toronto
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Great location, very helpful and friendly staff. Lovely big bed, great to have laundry facilities and mini fridge. Disappointed with breakfast. Website says Super 8 include yoghurt and cinnamon rolls with breakfast . Neither were in the breakfast area when we stayed..
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... as I would have expected seeing all these bikes headed to Niagara Falls.
We got to Niagara Falls just before noon. Since I had failed in my attempt to find a bike trail loop that us, with our limited physically abilities, were able to accomplish, we decided to ride towards Niagara-on-the-lake. It was a 20K trip one way.
Now, we have been to Niagara Falls and Niagara-on-the-lake a hundred times and so, I ...
... over to the islands across the lake. (Maybe I should have bought a jacket!) Nice putt putt across with narration as well, pretty and lots of bird life, options beach, yacht club, parks etc. Fantastic view of the city skyline which would look amazing at night. A smaller airport was along the waters edge to one side. Feeling a bit on the cool side after the cruise plus it was past lunchtime I decided stop on the way past at the Amsterdam Brewhouse where it would have washrooms ...
... and layer, layer, layer! Neutrals will look bland, but you are not going for fashion and everything will match with everything. To jazz it up, wear a colourful scarf, belt or big jewellery!
So this is, as I remember, what my suitcase contained:
- 4 pairs of shoes (Birkenstock sandals for everyday walking, running shoes for running/biking/hiking, black closed shoes for evenings out, flip flips for beach/public showers)
- 1 ...
... itself). However, apart from a little mishap right off when we got lost inside Union Station, we found it an easy enough city to navigate, and it wasn't overwhelmingly large when we were just walking around. When we went up the CN Tower it looked a whole lot larger but when we were down in the thick of things it wasn't too scary. I believe Kate mentioned in her blog that we were told the best way to get around was to walk and, with the exception of our trip to ...
Thus begins another adventure, one that we hope is as exciting and worthwhile as past trips have been. After the usual round of stressing and obsessing, we feel pretty good that all systems are 'go'. We will, once again, be starting the trip by escorting a group of high schoolers to France as part of an educational exchange. This will take us to Paris, where we'll spend the first 3 days ...