Motel 6 Toronto West - Burlington / Oakville
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... friends from the moment you met him. Tomorrow will be his funeral in Belgium... if you could keep them in your thoughts it would mean a lot.
Finally, I thought I'd leave a few few things, tips, tricks, and realizations I learned along the way:
- One of the great things about travel is you find out how many good, kind people there are
- It's better to look back on life and say "I can't believe I did that" than "I wish ...
... the earth just as their names were ripped brutally from the creaking cupboard doors. The kitchen was quite busy. I got speaking to an old timer from somewhere in North Africa, I gathered- Morocco, perhaps. He had a lovely face, sort of wise and curious, like a caterpillar, with a wooly hat and embroidered shirt making him seem jocular and approachable. We spoke about the depleted glamour of Hollywood, of all things. A news report had come on the TV about the ...
This weekend Toronto held a Ukrainian festival in Bloor West Village. There was to be a parade Saturday at 11am. I used to goto these events every weekend in Korea so was feeling left out from my regular weekend dose of festivals. I also ...
So this is "D" day. Unlike June 6th 1944, we are embarking on the trip of a lifetime with every expectation that we will be home in three months in one piece! All the planning and booking; I counted 11 flights without any excursion flights of which we expect to do at least two, is behind us and I trust all will flow smoothly. However, as we all know, be ready for the unexpected, like running out of money, or losing ones glasses!
Three hours from now, Tim will ...
... where four of Canada's five major banks have office towers; the Bank of Montreal, the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Scotiabank (from Nova Scotia), and the Toronto-Dominion Bank.
From there, it was home for a late lunch when Howard got back, followed by a quiet afternoon at home.
After dinner, Jonathan and Howard took me to a section of Toronto known as "The Bridle Path" neighborhood. The ...