Trump International Hotel & Tower Toronto
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... just walked right in walked through security with no lines and got on the plane. I have yet to miss a flight!
I had eight hours to hang in Toronto. I could sit around in the airport, or I could catch a bus to the nearest Metro and head downtown to get in a few sights. I chose the later. Eight hours in the airport seems a bit excessive, even on a good day. I caught the bus which took me to Kipling ...
... time for any sightseeing. I got straight on a bus for a 16 hour ride to Costa Rica for my next flight. Another delay for me at customs when they randomly selected me to be the one person from the entire coach to have my bags thoroughly searched. Do you know how long it takes to fold everything you own to fit inside a rucksack? A long time. The coach nearly went without me which would just sum up Panama for me. But luckily ...
... is not the only security crazy country. Whether you're catching an international transfer or you're staying right where you land, you're going to have to go through customs, and that means grabbing your bags, hauling them around a ridiculously long rat maze (which would actually probably be advantageous to terrorists used to hiding in caves) and then rechecking them after turning in a little slip of paper. It's almost like ...
The Caribana festival is
celebrated yearly in the city of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
It is mainly to commemorate and dedicate to the Caribbean
culture and traditions. Every summer millions of visitors are gathered on the
street to enjoy this Caribbean style event on
the Lakeshore of Toronto. It has become the North American’s largest street
Yes. Yes, it is.
I touched down in Toronto and I got sucker-punched in the face by rainforest-like humidity. It's like 45672 degrees. Why did I even bring pants? Useless.
Anyways I met up with my gracious Couchsurfing hosts, Katya and Monica, today. They live in the East end of Toronto in a neighborhood they describe as "sketchy but harmless". The sketchy part mostly consists of people sitting on their ...