Grand Motel Toronto
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... June 1st, so I had to get rid of everything that I wouldn't be taking with me. Jabob was gracious enough to let me store a few boxes in his basement but whittling down the rest was a tough job. Not having much knowledge about the area of Brazil where I would be living, I didn't know what I would need for clothes, or personal items, I had to be very practical about what I should take.
How did I get here? I was telling you about my experience with ...
Day 29: 4,871 miles
Sunday, June 29
[Quick news bulletin: I was blissfully unaware of any weather issues and had an up eventful trip. No weather-related issues ensued. Thanks, all, for your concern.]
Knowing that I had a full day of driving ahead of me, I got on the road by 6:30, slipping out while Bonnie, Mike, Missy, and her girls were still sound asleep. I was looking forward to the route I'd chosen: a smaller freeway ...
... in each basket:
6 times: Brazil
4 times: Argentina
1 time: Germany (FAY)
Nobody picked Spain!
4 times: Italy
4 times: Uruguay
2 times: England
1 time: France (TERRENCE)
4 times: Portugal
3 times: Switzerland
2 times: Netherlands
2 times: Belgium
5 times: Colombia
3 times: Mexico
2 times: Chile
1 time: Ecuador (JOANNA)
... remoteness to them or the distance
and difficulty it takes to get to them.
However, if I have learned anything in the
past it is to look for the positive in everything and although Niagara has
handicapped itself by it’s own beauty in attracting mass commercialization to
it’s doorstep. It is nevertheless a site worth travelling to see and for that
matter in it’s entirety, by which I mean soaking up the ‘over the ...
... Toronto is a great city - transport is impossible to figure out (our bus ticket let us use the subway but we had to get a subway ticket on the way back...). It's very quiet and clean and there are no car horns to be heard. We walked pretty far around the university area and then had a beer in The Village Idiot pub - very British. Then we ventured back to the airport and realised what a good idea it had been not to sit in ...