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... this year happen. Many thought we were nuts walking away from our lives in Toronto, getting rid of our condo, putting our stuff in storage, and taking two carry-on suitcases to travel the world. It was definitely worth it and neither of us regret taking this chance for a second. We’ve got the travel bug and can’t wait to see where we end up next! ...
... large events (like weddings), for hiking along trails that have been built in the reclaimed quarry, and all with an environmentally sound focus. It’s a pretty special space and being recognized internationally for its forward thinking approach.
It never occurred to me before making this trip that I would ever actually spend time in Toronto. I just don’t ‘do’ cities … but I’m so glad I did! ...
... financial misfortune forced them to abandon their home. Returning by train which was terminated one station before we needed to go due to an accident on the line caused us to walk the rest of the way to the hotel for scheduled " early dinner " 6.45 which then saw us back to the room at 9.30 caused by slow service not by fraternising with our new companions !! I have homework to ...
... from other passengers and a lot of indifferent employees that I successfully run to my gate 10 minutes before the plane leaves! I immediately text Julie to know where she's at but unfortunately it's impossible for her to make it. I try to hold the plane while talking to a very helpful flight attendant, but the flight is full and Julie didn't make it on the list of passengers. So, snif snif, I make it back to Montreal by myself. Signed by Julie ...
... broken feet *ahem!*, etc.)
- An umbrella
- Sunglasses and protective case
- Small packet of tissues
- Ear plugs
- Brita water bottle
- Small flashlight (for hostel bathrooms)
- Inflatable pillow and travel blanket
- Tiny locks to lock-up our luggage
- Drain stopper to do laundry in bathroom sink
- Gloves and hat for hiking in the Swiss Alps
- Those mesh laundry bags for delicate items. I brought large ones to put my dirty laundry in ...
Other places to stay in Toronto
Woodbine Corridor, Toronto | 2 star motelfrom $122
Downtown, Toronto | 4 star motelfrom $59
West Toronto, Toronto | 2 star motelfrom $76
- So much for all Canadians being nice!
Cliffcrest, Toronto | Motelfrom $58