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A new hotel near the airport
I've seen a few travel bugs that needed to travel a long distance to reach their goals. The easiest way for this to happen is if they're carried aboard an airplane, particularly if they're going overseas. When I started looking for a good place to leave a travel bug that I picked up, I found that there weren't any caches anywhere near the passenger side of Toronto's major airport. This cache is my answer to that problem. It's located within easy walking distance of several major hotels and a couple of convention centres. This should make it a convenient place for travellers to pick up or drop off travelbugs heading through.
Travellers waiting to catch a plane can take the inter terminal shuttle bus. there's a stop at jetliner drive that's less than a hundred metres from the cache. Exit the bus platform onn the north side (I think that's the only pedestrian access to it) and follow your GPS from there.
The cache itself is a tupperware container covered in camoflage pattern duct tape. The cache is in full view of a very busy roadway, but muggles shouldn't be much of an issue. There aren't that many pedestrians in the area, and anyone travelling by at 80 km/hr just won't have time to notice you.
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