Windsor Arms Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... waxwork museum, a Guinness world records place,
where we took photos of ourselves with a model of the tallest man in the world,
and we even checked out the Skywheel. We came across a creepy Elvis
impersonator, one of these human statues, who decided to throw beads on top of
kids for money. Standard. As we walked
up and down, we couldn’t avoid a Canadian Indian playing his drum loudly and
singing, all in his battledress. Interesting ...
... base of it and also tried to get a peek inside the Roger Centre, home to the Toronto Blue Jays Baseball team. Unfortunately we couldn't see much and the gift shop was too expensive so we carried on walking. A nice feature about the stadium is that they have stone fans coming out of the building and gees can be seen in the photos.
After being on a bus everyday for over a week, it was good to stretch our legs and walk around the city. We found ...
... Chile on penalties.
In the quarter finals, the Germans beat France by a solitary goals in an ordinary match were both teams could have added more goals. The Brazilians beat Colombia in another controversial match were the equalizing Colombian goal was disallowed for offside that was a highly suspect call... so the David Luiz stepped up next to score a beautiful free kick and take Brazil to the semi finals. Costa Rica came a dearly close to upset ...
... expected time of arrival there is 11 PM which should give me enough time to get to the YHA and check in for the night. That is if all goes well. If not I’ll pitch my tent stretch out and go to sleep. I did this route last year with Mark and enjoyed both rides which gave me time to relax and collect my thoughts. There are always tables to sit at on the ferry with electric connections. I can’t remember ...
... door, settled down and went for a super shiok (awesome) Italian feast at Portofino. Finally I am dining in a restaurant that I've been passing by and peeping through the window (4 months ago) at what other people is eating. I've never had a more satisfying meal.
Even though this meet up and holiday is filled with obstacles, we managed them fine and we still had our fun. Well, you tend to appreciate things that are harder to get.