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... for 12 days. At least I know they won't starve while I'm away! Now clean laundry - that's another story. :)
My suitcase is just about packed and I'm pleased to say that I'm travelling LIGHT this time around. I learned my lesson in 2009! I'm also using packing cubes for the first time ever. It's amazing how many items you can roll up and fit into these little compact cubes. I still have to sort out how many pairs of shoes (hiking boots - do I need them?). I'm thinking only ...
... remember the day in his mind. Some things
were not for photographs. If everything was photographed, what be beautiful? he
A couple sat down beside him and he
was shaken out of his thoughts.
“Hello, young man,” said the woman.
They were a middle-aged couple and they had that second-generation Ukrainian
look to them. Their clothes were neither rich nor poor but they carried
themselves with ...
... and plenty of snacks and drinks. We each had our personal TV which had a great selection of shows and movies, games and trivia. We watched Saving Mr. Banks and Captains Philips. Both really great movies. We arrived in Toronto, in a very wet and humid weather and in the middle of the last day of Pride week. I went to bed at around 10pm, which was 3am for us, but got a great 9 hours of sleep and went to work the next day and did not really suffer from jet lag. What an amazing trip!
... br> I must say that Emirates is an extremely impressive airline. I don't have much experience with many international airline companies, but it floored me for sure. We had booked far in advance, so we snagged some bulkhead row seats, which were very nice. I'm 6 foot 5 and built like an NFL Linebacker, so flying in economy has its struggles for me. Needless to say, we were well taken care of for the duration of our 14 hour flight.
After arriving, I was ...
... of myself. We are not even leaving for a few days, I guess it's clear I have a certain sense of excitement. .
For now : I'll post the photos of our house this evening, surrounded by snow. That's where are , now.
I am going to send out the link to this blog, and if you like it, sign up and check in to find out if I am actually keeping it up.
By the time we return, April 10, will the snow be gone ?
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