Grand Motel Toronto
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
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... a quick juggle between bags and all was good. We were able to wait in the business lounge until the announcement to board was made. We were in Carriage 1 right at the front of the train which was business class (thank you Mark x). Heaps and heaps of room, super comfy chairs and footrest, free wifi and we were served tea/coffee, then a pre lunch drink, then a really nice lunch. Definitely a very pleasant way to ...
... pool and gym, and it's been a similar story here in Toronto. If we're going to be on the road for most of the year, we have to make an effort to keep up the fitness, especially with Kath in such good shape after all the physio in Washington, and live as normal a life as possible. On the road, it's picnics, and mornings and nights, self catering and cooking, although we did succumb to a rather fancy vegan ...
Touch down late this afternoon - a little tired after the long journey home and happy to be home but the memories of Africa will be with us forever.
We hope that you enjoyed following along on our adventure to the Dark Continent which for Judy and Gordon is no longer dark but is a brilliant and wonderful part of our planet. Perhaps one day you will follow your dream (or your bucket list) and get to Africa - it is certainly worth it...
Asante Sana - Thank you very ...
... later we saw the first sign for a ferry, and a free ferry at that! Kingston was now within our sights. In the morning we parked downtown, visited the visitors centre and stepped out onto the streets for an historic walking tour. With a long drive back to the city, we cut the tour short, refueled on caffeine and joined the 401 heading westerly. Our last night was spent in Downtown Toronto, and we splashed out on a nicer hotel and a show, ‘Kurious’ by Cirque de Soleil. ...
... to take a long walk up to Casa Loma. This gigantic beautiful building was once the home of Canadian financier, Sir Henry Mill Pellatt. Not a bad set up. Situated high up on a hill, the house has fantastic views of Toronto down below (that made up for being unable to go up the CN Tower). The house is also surrounded by beautiful gardens and fountains. It was a really lovely way to wrap up my walking tour of Toronto.