Knights Inn Toronto
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Absolutley no maintanance, service or anything at all.. But a very reaonabl price..
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... easing my mind a bit and helping me with whatever it was that I needed. Everyone has been great with telling me what had worked for them, what to buy, what to avoid, etc. This has helped tremendously and it’s crazy to think that any past grantee’s had to figure all that out on their own! Kudos to them!
All of the planning and organizing has led to this weekend in Boston where Remy and I can take a ...
... if bags needed there for customs clearance. Agent did not think so. Things are looking up.
Being a geodetic surveyor by trade it never ceases to amaze me how I never get tired of looking out the aircraft window and gaze at the world. The Kelowna terminal buildings shine bright on this beautiful day and the tarmack agents in their yellow shirts wearing shorts no less backing up the plane prior to taxiing. There ...
... the factory building for $1.00 and stick to what they are good at, making the one pilsner. We both decided we could be pretty happy working there, three beers a day, a 12 pack for the weekend and other perks. Feeling a little tipsy we went back to the hostel to change and head out to meet some if our friends from Ottawa, Kate, Rhys and Coco that now live in Toronto. We started at The Communists Daughter and drank way ...
... halt we jump out, making sure none of the kids gets into the crazy traffic, while quickly unloading our 'food and cooking stuff bus', throwing bags of burger and hotdog buns among the kids for them to carry to the camping side on the Island. Packed with water bottles, crackers, charcoal and two huge coolers on wheels we make our way to the Toronto Island ferry landing dock.
We must look quite entertaining, a bunch of orange, yellow and blue shirts mixed with a ...
... br> We saw people riding Segways which are a two wheeled electric vehicle you move with you're feet. Three years ago my father & I rode them. They were awesome although I was scared at first.
After that we went to the St. Lawrence Market it was very busy because lots of people are always buying different kinds of foods. Kyle- with my real economy money I bought 1 slice of Hawaiian pizza ...