Woodbine Hotel & Suites
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Microwave in room
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Breakfast was not as I had read it would be. There was no yoghurt or their signature cinnamon scrolls. Luckily I had bought yoghurt yesterday as a back up. Wes settled for toast and peanut butter.
Donned our walking shoes and headed back to the city, this time to the Old Town and Waterfront districts. We went in to the Old Town Hall which is now used as law courts. It was designed by the same architect who designed Casa Loma. ...
... I have no idea how she did that as I could not taste it at all. We went out for dinner in the evening to a very nice local pub.
August 13th - we visited a village called Little Slaughter, where Fiona had a holiday with her father, many years ago. Children on ponies...sheep..very tranquil. Then off to a National Trust property, with beautiful gardens. I have continued my daily running.
August 14th - farewells, and I went up to London on ...
... we fired up a final game of Hand & Foot to end our stay. During the game JJ decided that work could wait and their neighbour would be more than happy to continue her care for their dog Ben. Avid readers will know that we camped with JJ 4 years previously at a different campsite, and with a new destination in mind we hit the road to Valens. The campground fire wood retailed at $7.50, but an enterprising neighbour on the outskirts of town was offering an identical bag for just ...
... 25km run as I live further from the start at the CNE grounds but continued going as the 25km route is so short its almost not worth doing unless with young children.
After maybe 10am it warmed enough for me to take my **********. The northbound route along the DVP has ...
... more good than evil. Even though English is understood to some degree world wide, it’s nice to know Spanish, Russian, French or Chinese to be able to communicate with people. Learn a few words in a local language and it will be appreciated. We were so lucky to Couchsurf on all six continents and are looking forward to give back to that wonderful community. And the most important lesson is:
“Live simply so others can simply live” - M. Gandhi