The Westin Prince Toronto
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11am pick up to the airport meant another fairly relaxed morning. Quick trip to the airport saw us checking in way ahead of time. I was just happy all the Vegas purchases didn't take us over the luggage limit. Our flight to Toronto left on time and we arrived in Toronto about 15 minutes ahead of time. Was happy about this because the drive from the airport to Niagara was about 1 and a half hours to 2 hours ...
... or a six pack my heart wen six pack. Sitting Downing trying a few local brews before a local tour of the brewery. Which means beer + pretzel = man heaven (Oktoberfest) but in Toronto. 2 pm came by with a young enthusiastic voice " calling all the lovely people joining me on the 2 pm come join me at the bottom of the starts." Walking over to the bottom of the starts we got ushered up the stairs for tickets checked like an Eastern European county's ...
... to have the ever popular honey cruller and was not disappointed. Yummy, crispy honey glazed exterior and a very airy hokey chewy like interior. She also had a Canadian Maple. Imagine a Boston Cream donut but instead covered with maple icing. New fave. Ted ate a Egg McMuffin type thing as he is not for sweet things in the morning. We read the morning paper, the Toronto Star, and found out there was the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) starting tonight. When we lived in ...
... legend at the desk saw we tried the travel trick of booking window and aisle seats and hoping no one wants that individual one in the middle, but they were both fully booked flights, so he moved us to emergency exit seats - giving joe the leg room he desired and giving us a vital role in the trip. On arrival we were met by two smiling and waving Brits and Joe was reunited with his best friend from uni. We stayed up late, catching up over wine and cider ...
... It is unlike anything I had seen before I visited in 2012 and is unlike anything I have seen since. They have skilfully woven traditional First Nation's healing with the traditional western medicine and it is pretty amazing. Met lots of NPs (nurse practitioners), my supervisor Dr Pluta (Paediatrician), RNs (registered nurses), dietician, occupational therapist, child health worker, mental health workers, social worker and the local traditional ...