Sunnyside Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... Church songs from the Missal that I know from home while doing chores
23/09/14 Having a long chat with Sr. Roselyn about vocations and her comments about how I am fitting in well in the household
24/09/14 Watching St. Padre Pio movie (watching something wholesome on the TV)
25/09/14 The affirmations from the sisters about my new skirts.
26/09/14 The drive into the mountains, looking down into our valley
... muggy leaving us pouring in sweat within a few minutes. You can imagine the imaginary discussions with WestJet during this “stroll”. Finally made it and going through security Murphy added his two cents worth but having my bag pulled aside for further inspection. Glad to see he has not forgotten me! We spent over 30 minutes on the ground taxing to departure ramp with over sixteen aircraft ahead of us. Flight was relatively smooth and changing planes ...
... the other galleries. There was a special photography exhibit of World War II photos taken by official British, Canadian and Australian photographers and I found that particularly fascinating. The building itself is also a very interesting piece of architecture, but a bit strange in that you have to walk up a big hallway from the main entrance to virtually the back of the building to access the galleries. Couldn't see why it was designed that way.
... always be leaders or countries that will want to exploit people or resources and we need to protect our rights.
On the way back to the truck we walked along the Ottawa River, which was amazingly peaceful considering it is in the middle of a large city. There were many cyclists and joggers enjoying the path with us. When we reached the area below the parliament buildings we were able to follow the Rideau Canal and ...
... Basically big books showcasing the full names of every canadian to lose his or her life in battle. Each persons name is shown at least once a year, which means the pages get turned at least once a day.As dad enjoyed the locks so much, we took him to the big set. 8 locks working to lift a number of boats from the Ottawa river, to the Rideau canal. I hadnt seen it yet, so i was also interested.We had lunch and then went to the museum and notre dame church to ...