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... luggage is all collected and I am instructed to go and check-in at reception. Unlike most hotels, this 5 start hotel has about 4 separate desks with a nice set of seats at each. One almost feels like royalty in this place.
Checked-in and off up to floor no 15 which is the top of the range rooms.
As I opened the door and looked inside this room I thought I was walking into a kings palace. It was a massive room and the bathroom was marble from floor to roof. In ...
... we were out of bed but came in to say goodbye. It was a miserable wet morning and the worst day weather wise that we've had in Kingston. After saying our goodbyes to Carol and thanking her for her and Mike's great hospitality Michelle took us to the bus station for a 9:50am departure but the bus was 20 minutes late arriving from Montreal. It was a wet trip to Toronto. Denise & Mikaela dozed while I ...
... we had our own space in a ground floor condo on the harborfront (no water views though). I had arranged an early check in at 11:00 am, but we were kept waiting for 2 hours before being let in, which was really annoying and disappointing. We lost a lot a time, so by the time we dropped our bags off and walked to King/Queen St. for lunch it was 2:30-3:00 pm. We must have been a bit far west for the cafes that were supposed to be in abundance, as it was slim pickens ...
We have been living in Toronto now for four weeks and we are enjoying life here. Quite a different life style from hot humid Vientiane!
Our flight over here was good and we both managed to get some sleep. Joe had given himself an injection of a blood thinning medication before we left for the airport and had no ill effects from travelling so soon after his knee replacement. We went through the full body scanner at the Brisbane airport and his titanium knee didn't ...
... br> sauna down by the lake and making leaf angels, which was marvellous fun! (I
like using posh language and being stereotypically British, it makes the
Canadians see me as a novelty item.) This was then followed by campfire type
music, without the campfire. Everyone enjoyed the improvised guitar playing and
a random guy discovered he had an undiscovered talent for spoon playing! And of
course there was more cider, and board games. ...
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