Days Inn - Toronto East Beaches
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... we lost a few hours too. We arrived at Toronto International Airport at 5:45am Monday 23 March (and in San Francisco it would have been 2:45am). We were bleary-eyed standing at the customs counter when the Customs Officer checked our declaration forms and asked if we had brought any food with us. I looked at Ray quizzically, thinking hard... "oh we have muesli bars", I told her. She looked at me blankly and I said to confirm my first statement "we have two muesli bars". She ...
Colombia dominated and won their match 3-0 against Greece with some ease, although Greece had a couple of very good opportunities to make the game a lot close but at the end the Pekerman's team prevailed and the victory was dedicated to their injured superstar, Radamel ...
... for the largest worldwide simultaneous screening of a tv show and also broke the Space channels ratings records despite an early afternoon Saturday showing. Fans are hopeful there will be more such movie specials.
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... most of the buildings are high rise apartment blocks and not a lot of effort has gone into making them attractive. In the city centre there are not many historical buildings but mostly just so so high rises. We went down Yonge Street which apparently is the longest street in Canada and this had a bit of character about it. One of the intersections seemed like a very mini ...
... the Hurricane Deck where Dani and I literally stood IN Niagara Falls. From there we drove to the Ithaca NY at the southern tip of the finger lakes. Everyone is excited about meeting a couple of our Tapestries family for breakfast. Christa found us another great hotel from the road and we are all tucked in for the night. I had to turn the heat on, apparently 61 degF is too cold for my family. :)