Eliana's Boutique Hotel
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... more than we bargained for, plus tip - but so be it. Sleep and warmth were my primary focus. We arrived at the Brock Lofts and again felt the shock of the cold temperature as we alighted from the limo. The key to the apartment was in a cold metal combination-type bike lock out the front of the building. Ray's fingers fumbled in the cold to work the combination we had been advised, and voila! the keys! We managed to open the foyer door to the set of apartments and felt ...
... in the lift, getting to the basement floor, doing the above in reverse, dragging the boxes to the first security door, chocking that open with a well placed brick, thru there to the next door, chocking that open as well and then squishing all the boxes into a dumpster in the service corridor. We will probably have to do that twice in order to get rid of all the packing rubbish. Nothing is ever easy when living in a high rise. There are three elevators that service our level. They ...
As we set off from Amanda's house in Muskoka it was hard to leave the lifestyle behind. What was even harder was leaving our new best pal Dudley behind. He was our favourite dog; so friendly and always there. I still miss him.
We set off early so that we could see Jackson's ice hockey try-outs. This was our first experience of anything to do with the sport. It seemed like second nature to him but I knew how hard the skating was from my experiences ...
... shopping trip to Stamford Bridge (home of the mighty and beloved CFC). Unfortunately when I arrived at Paddington I realised I had left my ticket in the machine at Reading station, and had to grovel to a very officious little British Rail employee, who told me sternly to be more careful in future. I went to the Chelsea Megastore - and there were many things I didn't buy - and staggered back to Reading with my two large bags full of Chelsea treasures. Rosaleen ...