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... in Denmark.
Next Holland, and yes, it is possible to have another contender for the neatest country of Europe award.
It does have the edge over Denmark however, in that being subject to possible inundation from a north sea tidal surge it has some interesting flood mitigation infrastructure. This gives the tourist a point of focus other than neat front gardens. And of course it has pushbikes.
It is interesting that THE land of the pushbike, appears ...
... since 7am. Ricky has done such an amazing job driving us. I can't imagine the stress he has of driving 54 people around and we're not quiet, in the slightest! It was a quick rest then off out for a group dinner at a delightful little restaurant about ten minutes away. Toronto seems like a mini New York. It even has its own version on Times Square. After dinner some of us ventured out to a piano bar called the Madison. Its a ...
... his belly, so he appeared to be no desperado seeking alms. I'll call him "Buddy". We returned his greeting and continued west towards the old-style restaurant where we had eaten 'breakfast' the day before. This was the direction to the shop selling the Metro Passes. As we shiver-walked through the freezing air along Queen, we found the outlet we were seeking, which was basically a convenience store. The metro passes are scratchies, and you mark off the month and date so they could ...
... 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 ...
... with our girls and we will probably call it an early night. It is going to be a long week at work!
Our final thoughts on India:
If you want to see some beautiful and unique things and have an adventurous spirit, then this place is for you.
If you are not very mobile or if you are a germaphobe, it's not for you
Traffic is a nightmare and you want to thank God, Shiva, Allah and all other supreme beings every ...
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