University Of Toronto - New College Residence - Wilson Hall Residence
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While our stay in Toronto is only scheduled to be a short one, we are both really enjoying our time here so far. It might have something to do with the fact that within a one block radius of our hotel, there is at least 20 bars (I know at least a few of you that would really like to spend an evening or two here) and we are doing our best to have a drink in as many of them as we can before we leave. Gay, you'll be pleased to know that it ...
... weeks back, it was basically just a big street festival with no ethnic character.
In comparison the Ukrainian festival had dozens of stalls selling traditional crafts, tourism booths, and cultural displays, as well as a ...
... exist. It had to, otherwise this would be a major manufacturing fault. One store said what i wanted to do was possible, but i needed to find 2 pieces and then attach those together blah blah blah... One store said a thing like that didn't exist. Poppycock! I'm sure it does, it would be too stupid if it didn't!! I went into a third store and had a poke about. I asked a young man about it and he said they didn't have it, but he did know of it's existence. I looked very happy ...
... and time to them....of course, they already had our money.. Today we somehow got signed up for 2 tours of Toronto - one on an On-Off bus and one on Grayline tours. I started to feel like I was getting a cold yesterday and today it is a full blown stay-in-bed cold. Luckily we were able to walk around yesterday for lunch and then again for dinner. This morning the rains were coming down so that sealed the stay home day in our ...
... A huge helicopter was used to fly the antenna up in 36 different sections, which saved six months on construction time compared to if cranes had been used. It was completed in a record 26 months, costing approximately 63 million, which would be $243 million in 2013 dollars. Glass floors were installed only in 2008 in the floors of the six elevators, so if you were really afraid of heights that's a deal breaker from the very beginning, and gives whole new meaning ...