The Hazelton Hotel
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... we're not in any rush" the motto of the trip so far, we found ourselves in the odd position that we actually were in a serious rush. The queue to return to the park via the lift took longer than expected, as did the border crossing. We jumped in a taxi, and after telling the driver that we had 10 minutes to reach the station, he obliged and sped through the streets and received a very handsome tip as a reward. Everyone was a winner.
We had a night bus that evening to ...
... we would make an effort to return to. While there have been many places we have enjoyed, we have explored those places quite well whereas Toronto feels like unfinished business. We are not sure when but we hope one day to return and see more of Toronto.
Afterword. When I refer to Toronto and Montréal as Canada's largest and second largest cities, I am speaking in terms of population, meaning they have the most people squashed into relatively small spaces. ...
... landed in Beijing. We slowly navigated our way to our hostel in downtown Beijing using the unfamiliar subway system, we which pretty shortly became experts at, and found ourselves walking down a dark alley to our first of many ‘home away from home’. We checked into our 6 bed hostel room, made sure our loved ones knew we were safe and passed out for the ...
... this group could prevent them from qualifying, and I believe they are the team with the worst luck this time around. The Americans have a never-die attitude and with Klinsmann leading their charge, they will perform admirably but I just cannot see them pass Germany or Cristiano Ronaldo.
Group H... Belgium, Russia, Algeria and Korea Republic
The highly rated Belgium comes into this World Cup as one of the favourites to lift the trophy. The ...
... It is SATA's first flight of the season and almost everyone is speaking Portuguese; we know we are NOT going to understand one word. You know of course, there are always incidents with us....or just Tony! The stewardess spilled a full glass of orange juice in Tony's lap an hour before landing, wet straight through. Tony was kind and patient as the Stewardess grabbed napkins, a blanket, a pillow - anything and everything to soak it up, still wet at landing BUT what can you do? When ...