Waterfront Hotel Downtown Burlington
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... to take us to the airport. The girls have just dropped in for lunch. We will miss them and our boys, that is the downside to such a long trip. It is very warm today and according to the weather forecast, the same in England. So shorts at the ready, knobbly knees bared for action.
We have our boarding passes, good seats as befitting World Class travellers! I checked on the flight plan and unless the Russian rebels have taken over Iceland, we are good to go!
... tent, it is supposed to put itself up...but we will see how true that is in a few days. We bought a small Sunbeam Kettle for $9.98... 1 x $12 watch for Kathryn and 2 umbrellas . Next stop was Tim Hortons for Coffee & Donuts and we discussed the possibility of getting a bus back..
With the help of a local lady we caught a bus & a tram back to the Hotel, much easier than walking carrying our tent.
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... both pretty tired today and Mike didn't feel very good. But after the game, we left to get some food and walked around the downtown area. Then he showed me the way back to Union Station. I was meeting up with Gustav there at 6.15 to go watch our first NHL game in Canada. We were watching the New York Rangers vs. Toronto Maple Leafs. It was really nice. A lot of goals, just too bad it wasn't the Leafs who scored eight goals. The game ended 8-1 ...