Bonnevue Manor Bed & Breakfast Place
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... The Canadians say this all the time even when it isn’t) and we did all
the necessary tourstisy things like the boat journey underneath them
(brilliant) and watching a carton movie on how they were created (dear god it
was bad) . We also spent a big chunk of
time avoiding coaches of pensioners who were clearly pleased to be having a day
out. The town itself clearly last had
money spent on it around ...
... one drink would have been enough, but I had ordered it before almost changing my mind). There was a funny chap opposite me who was quite a handful for the waitresses as he wanted to use their phone, and spoke at length about his own business when they were rushing to serve everybody. Later, in the washroom, as they call it here, he could be heard singing 'it's on it's way'.
I made my way to Kensington Market and saw happy hippies, pleasant ...
... centres, the others in Vancouver, London, and Beirut. It was designed I think by a Japanese architect to foster the atmosphere of cross cultural exchange.
The Ismaili Centre and city park were opened by the Aga Khan and the Prime Minister of ...
... claim with Air Canada at our final destination and hoping that it would turn up on our doorstep in the near future.
With Laura's assistance, we had booked an Air BnB apartment in Korea Town, one street away from the apartment she had recently moved into. The reunion with our girl that afternoon and meeting her boyfriend Patrick (and his friendly Labrador Gammon) was joyful and we had a lovely evening in our very convenient and very ...
... salesman and even
Lincoln popped up, being nominated as a candidate at the Republican Convention.
Not a bad history eh? The Navy Pier was also pretty good, with lovely views
across the lake and Chicago. Embracing the Christmassy spirit, we discovered
the German Christmas market, Christkindlmarket-what a name! It had a vast array
of stalls offering warm beverages and chocolate! To top it all off, we visited the Art
Institute of Chicago, which ...