All Suite VIP Loft Montreal
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... is much easier than entering through Montreal, but we found out that the fact that the officials at the border into Vancouver don't stamp our passports is a problem.
Jeremy went to get our bags and I went to use the restroom, mistaking the signs on the door and temporarily entering the men's room, freezing in embarrassment, and pivoting quickly to exit. So far we were less than 10 minutes in the country and already I was having ...
... its a huge bucket list thing. No time like the 100th to honor in my own lil way those that did scrifice the ultimate. I've not really a plan....except that if all goes well I should be picking up a bike from downtown London....ackkkk if me words stop making sense....it may because of either the wine...or the screaming lil gaffer a couple of seats over...just the right frequency to have me looking at the window for escape options....and that is with ...
... then the knee is less likely to cause a problem. I wonder why that is?
It’s only about 8 something so we decided to walk down to our gate and find some place to have breakfast. We found one called “The Bar”—actually it was a snack bar not a liquor bar—so we each got a coffee and an egg panini (they had bacon on them but I gave mine to Mike, of course). Then it’s time to wait for the plane--when going ...
... we went along the walking trails, we enjoyed the scenery and spied squirrels going about their business. Their cuteness hasn't worn off on me yet. As we were heading up the hill...all I could think of was that I didn't need the gym yet! My clothes still fit and my recovery rate was acceptable...lol! The panoramic views were worth the walk up the mountain. Apparently, in 1954, many trees were cut down to try to “discourage immorality” in the underbrush, which is why ...
... back to 4 stars - this is more like 3. There is no fridge in the room - our view is of a construction sight. I'm thinking everything will get prettier as it gets dark - like Darlinghurst. We had dinner at the bar attached to the hotel. There were many televisions. My meal was lovely - salad with salmon. The wine was lovely - Monkey Bay Sav Blanc from NZ. Things don't look so bad. Decided to spend the night in our uninspiring room with the view of a construction ...