TownePlace Suites Mississauga-Airport Corporate Centre
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to bucket list...). I mean, I've been making arrangements since the fall, thinking ahead since December and had everything in place to go... so why am I so confused that I actually am sitting here? I'm thinking it will take some time to sink in. Hopefully sometime before I land I'll be less confused. Regardless of why, I am and ready or not I am about to hop on a plane for over a day of ...
... be on the highlight wheels on TV. I really like the game thought and think that if it was more common in New Zealand I might have gotten into it.
Not long to go now until Isla gets here! I believe we shall go checkout Montreal and Quebec City as well as doing some more of the tourists activities around Toronto – so stay tuned!
Turkey, a land rich with history, culture and food. Located at the crossroads of Europe and Asia, it has been the power base of both the Byzantium and Ottoman empires. Home to beautiful coastlines, fanciful rock formations, ancient ruins and and a world famous city. Soon it will be ours to discover. But first we need to get there. Check in ...
... how hard you try.
The part I disliked the most was the bat cave. I was surprised when I didn’t find any glass in the openings and the sounds that were being played were quite convincing so I was assuming that at any moment a bat would fly out and get caught in my hair! (I know that is an old wives’ tale but I am someone’s old wife!).I also did not want anything to do with the leaf cutter ants that my husband ...
... relate to places in the USA which is perhaps to be expected, but once one has walked along a few metres of the rows of posts all covered in signs of every size and colour one has really seen it all. Of more interest was the very informative museum at the visitor centre describing the history and construction of the Alaskan Highway at which we spent some time.
After leaving Watson Lake we continued east and southwards on the Alaska Highway (there aren’t that many ...