Travelodge Hotel Toronto Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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$3 dollars for a bottle of Amsterdam blonde, only about £1.50! I met with the
lovely internationals, and in true Emily Bright style pushed the boat out with
the most epic tasting strawberry milkshake I’ve had in a long time!
Thursday: The Toronto film festival kicked off today!
However, Thursday was also a day of coming of age. I realised today that I’ve
finally become an adult. I was excited to go to Wallmart and purchase a ...
... for the hiatus from the hotel so early in this morning.
OMG as for the tour group - there is 42 people all couples except for moi and the doppelganger of Homer Simpson! Vast majority of the group are Yanks, then about 10 Aussies and 4 Kiwis. They are mostly of advanced years with a conservative approach. Thankfully I took the lift up with Eric and May from Mackay. In their 60s, Eric is a ****** and obviously has a bit of ...
It's 3AM and I can't sleep.
Thinking about the days ahead of me... Finally the day I've been waiting for is here!
On the side note, I am quite sad that V's flight is so delayed. My poor bf, stuck in HongKong airport for almost 10 hours.
I will take the Megabus at 0630, reach Pearson airport at around 10AM... Then wait ...
... best place for a Canadian brekkie. Blue Line is a cafe/shop owned by the former world number 3 ice hokey player. Before knowing that, we got an epic sized Canadian feast served by a phenomenal waitress. Her boss, the owner and daughter of the hockey player, came over for a chat. She asked where we were from and we said Australia. She was flabbergasted and got the kitchen staff out to show us off. Further more, when asked where we'd been and we said we're on a one year world trip, ...
... Not only does the Turkish heritage remain but they have embraced it as their own and are more Turkish than the Turkish. The old town quarters in Sarajevo and Mostar are living museums where you can still see the artisans stamping away at their copper and metals creating their fine hand crafts.
The Ottoman Empire may have ended and some may say 'Turkey is not part of ...