Travel Blogs from Toronto
... It was very early in the morning (6:30am or so) and I was mindful of disturbing others. There were a lot of apartments in this building. Ray had finished carting up all the bags and I whispered to him my concerns about it being the right apartment. We checked and checked. We had the right one. Ray tried the key. He also could not get it to work. We both tried several times and it was clear we were not going to be able to get in. I had Cait's phone number but no way to ...
... lot near the CN Tower and headed for the Ripleys Aquarium. It seemed fantastic for the kids. Filled with fun interactive games, petting tanks full of rays, a moving floor through the main tank(reminding us of Deep Sea World at home). Time flew and before we knew it it was time to meet up with Andrew, Amanda's brother.
Unfortunately we couldn't go up the CN tower as planned. We were unaware that Toronto's international film festival (TIFF) was in ...
... in the U.S. and I slept in her room, although I did insist on the Everton pillow being removed first. The house was full of Everton fans, which was a bit scary, but I coped somehow. Bella's mother Pat (who is Kevin's cousin) came over for dinner and then we drove her back home and I met her new and lovely cat, Pru. I also learned from Sarah that when Thomasina beeped at me, she wasn't being annoying, she was alerting me to speed cameras. What a helpful ...
Next morning all was tranquil...
My gaff of the previous evening forgiven..
A planning meeting was called in Starbucks..
The non use of Tom while in cities treaty was signed..
From now we will use paper maps..
Plan was to do touristy stuff.. visit old buildings, see the lakefront area etc...
Got to see some old ...
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