Thompson Toronto - A Thompson Hotel
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... aren’t excited about not spending 24/7 together anymore. This may sound strange, but we get along extremely well and never got sick of one another. We are fortunate that our interests in travel are similar which makes decisions easy to make. The odd time we didn’t agree on things, we compromised to keep each other happy. ...
... like stepping out of the busy-ness of the city. Just lovely.
Then we went to The Brickworks, a reclamation project in Toronto of what was once a brick factory. Apparently some farmers more than a hundred years ago unearthed some peculiar soil, had it tested and were told it was ideal clay for making bricks. One of the farmers quit farming, built a huge factory and started quarrying. They eventually either ran out of ...
Wednesday .The flight went well and losing a few hours by the time we arrived it was time for a shower and off to bed. Thursday morning a coach drive through busy streets of Toronto with the new tour Director pointing out the sights then off to and up to the highest tower in the Western Hemisphere we are advised but question if it has been surpassed. The views were good after which ...
... to leave from Belfast to get to the airport in Dublin, bring back the rental car and have time to eat and chill. Everything happened as expected.... except a one hour delay for our connection in Toronto. Since we originally had less than 2h for our connection, we then had less than one hour left to pick up Julie's suitcase, walk all the way around the Toronto airport to change terminal, go through security and get to the next gate. Since ...
- Little mirror
- A few OTC remedies, including Gravol and Benadryl for quick Zzz
- Camping clothesline
- Dry laundry soap sheets
- Disposable washcloths
Documents, money and travel info:
- Money belt
- Tiny wallet to fit inside money belt
- Money: a credit card and a debit card, along with 200 euros in bills of 5 to start us off (thanks Dad!)
- Document folder with copies of wallet cards, passports, and ...