Travel Blogs from Toronto
... about last years trip and see more pics here
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... the poetry, we were offered free bread by a closing bakery, which we accepted with relish! In true student style, we cleaned out their supplies. Armed with numerous baguettes and loaves, we headed into the Drake Hotel. The lady at reception looked a little perplexed, and promised her careful guardianship of our precious cargo. I’d never really been to a poetry slam before, so was a little apprehensive. After wading through a few feminist and ...
... to the CN Tower and choose not to pay to go up. We take some snaps around the area but its hard to find an interesting angle to shoot the tower especially with all the tourists around.
Stop 2 was the Rogers Stadium aka the Bluejays home. Nothing too exciting so we look up and keep walking. Lonely Planet guides us to the TD building and the Fairmont Hotel before we decide that this is a lame walk. We head to a Starbucks to get some wifi to contact ...
... for reading, so the tablet was useless.
- I didn't really need my phone, as it was turned off most of the time to avoid battery loss/roaming charges, but it is an item of value, so I still had to carry it with me or lock it in a safe.
- Mark brought his camera, which we used instead of mine, so mine was useless.
- I didn't have all that much time to listen to music, so my iPod was also almost useless (I could have done without, and avoided the extra stress ...
After being treated like a pariah before Christmas and people tossing out my resume and not responding things were now picking up. A second recruiter had interviewed me, liked my background, and presented me to a company that had previously seen my resume and rejected me. They rejected me again but were just being ridiculous rejecting everyone over a five month period.
My first recruiter sent me ...
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