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... and other nice smelling things and 2. I love mini things because they make me feel like a giant!! The lake house obviously looked straight out onto the lake and the house had its own pier with deck chairs and mini beach to enjoy. After I had settled in I got ready to go to my hosts tennis club where they were having their weekly Friday night BBQ. I had lots of great food and met the rest of the family. It was a great night and when I went back ...
... before the afternoon peak when they send all the trains back again. This is probably fine for commuters but as I needed to catch the train out to the museum, it means the only train out in the morning got to the station adjacent to the museum at 10.18 and the only train back to the city left at 1.28pm. So by the time I walked from the station to the museum I would only have a little under 3 hours, but that seemed okay.
The museum is well presented front the front ...
... These turn out to involve LOTS of
learning, and spend last couple of weeks before we leave trying to get up to
speed. At this stage wouldn’t recommend
Windows 8 to anyone!We’ve booked a United Airlines flight Sydney/Los Angeles
return for $1148 each,
and also a Star
Alliance North America airpass flying
-Boston/Chicago/Edmonton/Yellowknife/Ca lgary/New York for $1462 each
... the lost property was closed, so they would be trakked down in the morning. I plodded off to my hostel feeling quite dejected but they cheered me up by giving me a free upgrade to a double private room with ensuite and a free beer at the bar. There was also a quiz night starting at 10, so after a quick dash to a pharmacy to buy necessities I came back , drank my free beer and won another! A group of about 5 of us sat at the bar chatting and watching this crazy ...
... world of humour, colour and passion. By the time it ends I'm sleepy enough to snooze for two hours; that cramped, restless sleep that only planes induce. We're over Newfoundland before I remove my eyemask and earplugs, waking to a chicken salad sandwich and cup of tea, with just over an hour to go. We seem to have made up a bit of time and are on the ground just before 10pm Montreal time, 3am UK. There's the usual wait to disembark and then a brief ...