Comfort Inn Mississauga
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... analyse the Somerset purchase. The TD Bank appraiser caught up with us while we were driving to see how he could access the house as we were the only contact info he had. The Bank also sent us a long list of paperwork they need to see. We had explained they would not get it until we got home as it was not the type of stuff one takes on vacation. Allstate, the golf cart insurance folks, have also ...
... share a little of the grief with all the families and loved ones, mourning the lost.
Today we are truly aware of the lost men and women that lie beneath the white crosses on the vast green fields all around the world as well as everyone that might not even have gotten a grave... Soldiers and civilians.
Today, let us say, ‘Lest we forget’ and hope for a little bit more peace.
... a nice drink in the bar and went upstairs to sort out bags etc and then had a pleasant dinner in an Italian restaurant across the road from the Hotel.
Well another beautiful cloudless day ahead today we went down and found the entrance to the station and found out where and how we were to book our bags in and where to board the train, after that had a quick look around the Station and then headed out to ride the hop on hop off to the Eaton shopping ...
... clue that he just might be habituated to humans and might have been fed in this manner. This normally translates into a potentially more dangerous animal. On discovering that the rocks were not in fact edible he
came back, even more determined than ever on sampling our supper. At which point and just 20 ft from the bear I was ready to fire a blast of pepper spray into his face. But before doing so I threw my last rock which fortunately for us, less fortunately for him, made ...
... quite friendly as a matter of fact. We had taken Interstate 190 to the border near Niagara Falls onto the Queen Elizabeth Parkway up to Toronto. It does take quite a while to get all the way around to the northern shore of Lake Ontario to Toronto, so try not to be too impatient as I was to get there. Hopefully by this point (before you have to shut your cellphone data off to avoid astronomical international charges) you have a hotel booked. Why do I say such a silly thing? ...