Super 8 Mississauga
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Staff is very nice and very helpful. Rooms clean but not large. It really isn't a room that is set up to work in.
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So one more blog on the hotel adventures. I was staying at the Hilton when the price went up to $200/night from $85, not a good option. I was leaving for home soon so I just went for price, the Super 8. Well this was not a Hilton.
The room was clean so I can't complain about that but it was at a truck stop with truckers in and out. There …
Today I was surprised by the amount of truck traffic. I sure did not notice it on the way south. It made using cruise control a little more challenging but thank goodness for it. We stopped at Exit 15, the TA plaza that David Hunter writes about, to change the Roam Mobility card in the cell phone for the Rogers one, and eat lunch. We have had enough leftovers on this trip that we have not ...
... family. A son taken from his mother… A daughter taken away from her father... A big sister taken away from her baby brother… A wife taken from her husband...
How many times do we realize the amount of children growing up never getting to know their fathers or being able to spend time with them again? How many times do we see the little kids going to bed asking ‘Where is mommy?’ and 'When ...
... over Quebec, Greenland, Russia and China. IT was very odd as there was 6 hours of darkness before we boarded, the entire 15 hour flight was in the dark and there was another hour of darkness after we landed. I have the feeling the I would learn to appreciate it (might make jet lag a bit easier) but it was a bit disconcerting as it was not expected.
... where Krispy Kreme Donghnuts might be. I know there are 3 in the GTA, unlike Calgary that has 0 since they closed the one and only one up. We cross the street in a place that would cost me $250 if I did it in Edmonton. We program GyPSy and she finds where we need to go and begin our doughnut quest. We seem to drive forever until finally I see it. We go to the WalMart first though. We don’t want the doughnuts to drop or spill. When we ...