Les Amis - A Vegetarian Bed and Breakfast
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... air tanks with giant
crabs and all in them. It certainly was a great experience and by the time I
leave this amazing place it is almost 7pm.
out into the rather chilly windy weather I decide to check my phone and it is
now I discover a text telling me my train to Vancouver at 22h00 is going to
depart 5 hours late and sure enough after a walk to the station the board says
"Departure due 3am"
was now not a happy chappy!! Having signed ...
... ahhhhh lets chill oooo to watch a film or play Nintendo hmmmm. Gourmet dinner with real china and metal knives and forks oh and real glasses for our wine, get us. Took a wander through cattle class, moo mooo, baa baaa, that'll be us on the way back! 11.30pm, 2 films several wines n a couple of jacks later, 1 n a half hrs to go phewwwww. We have come to realise that an upgrade is lovely but when the person in front of you decides to whack their seat back, ...
... we didn't last there long and I don't think we'll be going back. On the way home we picked up putins, a combination of fries, gravy, cheese curds and, in our case, meat. Yummy! That got us in about 4:30 where we stumbled in over Joe sleeping on the mattress on the living room floor, and is the reason we are having a quiet day today!! On our tramping round town we spotted an outdoor pool and thought that with our sore heads we'd try it out. ...
... french fries, topped with a light brown gravy-like sauce and cheese curds." Quite simply, I call it the Canadian heart attack given the load of cheese (for those who don't know, I'm lactose intolerant lol) buckets of gravy, greasy beef sausage, and sauce! I asked for extra Sriracha and Ketchup!!! My order went something like this: Me: Hello Attendant: Your not from around hear are you? Me: ...
... struggling to walk into the wind, it was so strong. So there wasn't many people around. Then I noticed that the Harbour, Lake Ontario is frozen. (Had I read the paper before going out I would have seen the story on people ice skating on the lake). There isn't a pathway for you to walk along the harbour. It's a pathway a street back, and a lot of construction going on. Eventually I made it to Sugar beach. I'm sure it would be nice ...