Barrington House Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Microwave in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... Sure, we have problems. We have too many guns, too much processed food, and not enough bike lanes. We are not perfect. But to have a condo to call home, food in my fridge, and money in my pocket is a blessing, I have an education, a bike, clothes on my back and a decent retirement savings. I am more fortunate than the majority of the people on this planet, and for that, I am grateful. Next up: Australia in 3 ...
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... After exploring the zoo (well, as much as I wanted to), I sat down for lunch at a restaurant over looking one of the small ponds they have in the zoo. It was so nice to be away from all those maniac children who act like they are from the zoo! Lol. For lunch I had the veggie burger with a side of homemade chips... It was so good. But I need to stop eating burgers because I'm "burgered-out!" And no more fries either! Man I feel like im gonna put on a lot of weight... But hopefully ...
... days, two bottles, two soaked bags! Luckily the sun was out so our stuff could dry as we walked around the zoo.Continuing into the centre we went for drinks in the lounge on the 96th floor of the John Hancock Tower. The drinks were nice and the view amazing! Made better still by knowing we were two floors higher than the observation deck and had avoided the $18 each ticket to go up - thank you lonely planet guide!
After drinks we ambled through the 'magnificent mile' ...