Windsor Arms Hotel
Travel Blogs from Toronto
... Girl to try pass the hours.Here starts the final part of the journey to Toronto. The part we are dreading.We have a 6 hr wait from landing in JFK to leaving NYC on Megabus at 12am. Only to us its now 11pm with a wait to 5am. Probably not the best thought out plan.After checking out the cost of flights and and not quiet understanding how it can be as expensive as a flight to Dublin, we took the subway into the city and found an Irish bar too have some food.Stupid fake Irish ...
... Canada was back on track!
My home for the night was with a couch surfer, Asha, across town. I managed to score a free ride in on the bus and found my way across the city with minimal hassle. My free bus ride even converted into a free subway ride too - Toronto was out to make a good first impression!
Waking up to the sounds of honking fire engines and the sunny sight of Toronto's skyline against a perfect blue sky it was just the right kind of day ...
... as our food babies prevented adequate expansion of our lungs. The food had been delicious though and was worth the agony. The best thing was we didnt feel super thirsty from excessive additives and the food didnt make us feel heavy and stodgy. Yes we were full but not heavy in our tummys. Awesome recommendation... Thanks Jade. We felt a bit guilty having over indulged at dinner and furthermore, we were keen on some night shots of the CN tower with our tripod, so we summoned up ...
... fact that Fi got to see her first two home runs(one being a inside the park homerun).
The next day we made the short drive to Niagara Falls to camp for one night at a KOA. We were some what surprised by the amount of touristy shops as we drove into Niagara. Regardless, we were impressed with the largest waterfall in North America. One aspect we liked about Niagara is that it only takes 30 minutes to see. So ...
... to Ireland. Also in our party cluster was Kirk and Susan travelling to Venice. We were all on the same flight to Paris and we were all in the spirit of the "lounge". Of course we discussed books with a unanimous decision deciding that Margaret Attwood is a hard read....... ! Having read similar books we then indicating that we were on an International Book tour and then the conversation became animated with laughter and exchange of emails to keep up with our blog. Joy ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet