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As we set off from Amanda's house in Muskoka it was hard to leave the lifestyle behind. What was even harder was leaving our new best pal Dudley behind. He was our favourite dog; so friendly and always there. I still miss him. We set off early so that we could see Jackson's ice hockey try-outs. This was our first experience of anything to do with the sport. It seemed like second nature to him but I knew how hard the skating was from my experiences ...
... Lego Movie, Bad Words, Calvary; Jeff- Noah, Bad Words, 300), and had dinner served to us of chicken and pasta. We tried to get some sleep, despite there being a lot of crying kids on our plane. We were served breakfast, and arrived in Vancouver around 2 pm local time.
We were both impressed with the Vancouver airport, it was very nice. We had to clear customs and pick-up and re-drop off our baggage, and we were able to do that with plenty of time to spare despite having a ...
... as the Old Town is primarily a tourist area full of French style cafés, restaurants, hotels, museums etc. In QC we were not so lucky with the weather and the first full day we spent there was extremely windy so we were unable to spend much time outside, but day two was much better and we made up for what we had missed over the remaining time there, which was essentially walking all over the upper and lower sections of Old Quebec and through the Plains of Abraham. ...
... Everyone on the boat receives a poncho and being in the mist is like standing in the rain. It reminded my of an esposide of How I Met your Mother when Robyn visits the Falls. My favourite part of the Falls was the point where the water comes over the edge - the highest flow rate in the world. When I got back to the hostel I found out that two friends I had made, Josh and Erin, had been checking in to see if I had got back yet - I was very ...
GERRY & GAETANO
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