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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Below is a follow-up to my most recent entry, "Talking to Eastern Ukrainians":
Jack - Our newspapers claim that tensions are easing in Eastern Ukraine. Are you seeing this?
Dennis - The 'green people' situation - 'green people' is the term widely used for “Russian armed militia" because of the camouflaged uniform - is not really easing yet. It is still pretty freaking dangerous to ...
We left Georgetown at 7:45 am with frost everywhere and a freeze warning until noon and that the low might reach 25 degrees. Apparently Virginia had 3 inches of snow so we definitely made the right decision. Our roads were bare thank goodness!
By 9 am we were in Cincinnati at the tail end of the rush hour. I was struck by the number of trees with beautiful white blossoms, even in this cold. ...
... in silence.
Today, we see the eyes and hearts behind each and every number; we see the daughters, sons, husbands and wives, brothers and sisters that have fought for their country. When we stand still today and look at the red poppies all around us, pinned on our jackets and shirts, we remember the blood that has been shed, and still is, in hope for a more peaceful world. When we look at the black center of the ...
... before my morning coffee! The Canadians do great Rieslings, the red I tried not so good. They also specialise in ice wine, which is grapes left on the vine well into winter, so they're harvested when it's icy. You drink it cold and really it's just like a dessert wine, the flavour is intense and it's very sweet. Also went to see the old Capitol of Ontario, Niagara on the Lake, which was a quaint little township full of tourist gift shops, but the best thing was this one bakery, ...
... Yonge-Dundas Square for lunch.
After lunch we headed down to the waterfront area beside the lake. It was a really beautiful area with quite a bit to see. The kids were having their summer camp, ducks were swimming in the water and people were sailing pirate ships. One of the highlights was the Toronto Music Garden. The display of flowers was magnificent. It was adequately shady.
We also tried Cinnabon for the first time. I ...