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Travel Blogs from Toronto
... It's gorgeous. It has many similarities to the UK combined perfectly with the things I admire about America. It's just a great mix of both worlds. And there's so much of it. Its felt like an out of body experience. There's so much space. And it's liberating. In a way the worlds opened up more. It's made me realise the extent of what is out there. I've always known that there was so much yet to see, but being here ...
... and it is only 2:30 am.... but in Rome... it is 9:30! Bleh! Being a morning person, this does not phase Grant. I glance over sometime before the breakfast shift and he is wide awake trying to read magazines in the dark waiting for everyone else to wake up. This is strange because anyone who knows him, knows that he can sleep (and DOES) anywhere and everywhere we go without any trouble. So, I shake myself awake ...
... 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 ...
... br> - Sleep eye mask
- Small drawstrings pack for day wear
What was too much:
- The black closed shoes. I was thinking it would be useful for cold evenings out or nice restaurant dates. But evenings were not that cold (and I could wear my running shoes if needed), and for nice restaurant dates, I would rather walk in my comfy Birks than less comfy black shoes.
- Scarves. I only used 2 out of the 3 scarves I brought.
- There was ...
... in a specially designed room (see pictured below). They have also introduced some innovative furniture in the classrooms to help children with school sensory difficulties such as tennis balls on chairs legs to lesson white noise in classrooms and Swiss ball chairs to help children who need the constant stimulation of movement. All very interesting stuff and a great reminder about the importance of trying to cater for all the various needs of learners in our ...
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