Comfort Inn Mississauga
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We left Georgetown at 7:45 am with frost everywhere and a freeze warning until noon and that the low might reach 25 degrees. Apparently Virginia had 3 inches of snow so we definitely made the right decision. Our roads were bare thank goodness!
By 9 am we were in Cincinnati at the tail end of the rush hour. I was struck by the number of trees with beautiful white blossoms, even in this cold. ...
... these years. He now works for Via Rail in Toronto. After a nice chat, it was off to the hotel - One King West where history and skyscrapers meet. The original building was established between in the late 1800's early 1900's . Today, joined by a walkway, the old meets the new - a 49 story hotel. Our room was on the 22nd floor ( already too high in case of an emergency, at least in my mind). After checking in we explored the building only ...
... in silence.
Today, we see the eyes and hearts behind each and every number; we see the daughters, sons, husbands and wives, brothers and sisters that have fought for their country. When we stand still today and look at the red poppies all around us, pinned on our jackets and shirts, we remember the blood that has been shed, and still is, in hope for a more peaceful world. When we look at the black center of the ...
... down and we went and found a Tim Horton and had a drink and decided to go on the Hop on Hop off as part of the deal we got to go on a boat cruise that took you around some of the islands just off Toronto. we boarded the bus and it took us past the Union Station and all the road works in the place as the Tour guide said we only have two seasons here its snow and construction as they have to do all their construction in the summer as the ground is too frozen to do any thing, ...
... bones. Many of these actually come from Alberta, but a fair number also come from Montana and other states; and it was interesting to see how many fossils were actually found in Ontario. I guess there were dinosaurs all over Canada. The mammal and bird exhibits are also interesting. I never knew that an albatross was such a large bird and that there are 350,000 bison that live in Canada today. I would suspect that a large percentage of ...