Le Gite du Hu-Art
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the night in. We all just winged it from New York. We just drove 6 hours north hoping a town had accommodation. It was 11pm and a town we tried had no availability. The motel manager helped us with ringing people in the next town and managed to accommodate us all at a town called Rouses Point. Driving through Canadian customs was a breeze and Scott and James got there 2 year visas all sorted. The beautiful trees that lined the ...
The 3rd May 2014 would have to be the longest day ever!
I departed Perth at five minutes past midnight. I was very excited and didn't sleep on the flight to Sydney, which was good because I was trying to adjust to eastern American time.
I got to Sydney at about 0630 the morning, easily transferred to the international terminal. I had a few hours to kill which I spent in the Qantas club.
Then it was a12 hour fight to LAX. ...
... rails on the rooftops to stop avalanches when the snow begins to melt in spring. It was really intriguing to see the differences between the buildings and to learn about the historical events or environmental influences which encouraged the development of these new styles and features. We eventually made it to Rue Saint Jean and our second food stop for the tour, Le Delices de I'Erable. This store is all about Maple syrup, one of Quebec's biggest industries. We headed upstairs into ...
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Military Band Festival March
This 1 hour was awesome. So many professional bands marched pass. Beautiful music. People clapping along cheering them on. It was a hot day ...
... went for about 45 minutes, but lots of it consisted of the soldiers standing around in the heat. I saw an army officer standing by with a stretcher to cart any casualties away, and one of the soldiers did end up fainting so that added a bit of excitement, as we were near the emergency transport. I heard a story that one soldier speared himself on his bayonet when he fainted during one ceremony! After that we did free tours of two of the parliament buildings, which were ...