Toronto Downtown Bed & Breakfast
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... and walked through to Union Station, via the Air Canada Centre, which is home to the Toronto Raptors (basketball) and the Maple Leafs (ice hockey). It's quite strange to walk through people's office buildings directly from a concourse area of a sports stadium but it's a great innovation to allow people to move around. Apparently it's just as heavily used in the summer when the temperature hits 35°C and is very humid!
Jumping on the metro, which is ...
... would have caused it to take longer. I guess the Ottawa Embassy isn't too busy either and processed it same day.
Relieved that one big hurdle was out of the way I clutched my precious visa. Now I just had to wait out till mid April for my trip to actually start. As the weeks got closer my boss asked me where I was going this time?
I replied Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia expecting to stump him! ...
Toronto airport terminal 3 is quite the place, not rows and rows of seats but fancy restaurants, bars and $18.25 for a litre of water and 2 magazines. Found out hard way water bottle leaks, better now then later. Water proof bags work well and maps are water proof...so far. Am not sure why ipad won't connect to the wifi, I hope it's just because it's very busy, and not going to be a ...
... some games, then stopped at a spot for lunch. There were a few fast food outlets and some shops. I went with a small group and we went to Wendy's – the first one that i have been to, just a burger place. We then went to a dairy queen and then looked at the shops around including a dollarama. Back on the coach and we drove a short way to a place called the big apple. An apple farm, that sells a lot ...
... course. Saved my bacon a couple times in traffic.
Not that anyone would have noticed. People here don't pay much attention to motorcycles. Even ones that looked decked out for riding a cross a country.
Planning to visit 40 Creek Distillery tomorrow. They are the makers of some excellent Canadian whisky. Need to figure out a game plan beyond that.
Ontario seems to have a war with speed. Lots of air enforcement of 100km (62 mph) stretches. ...