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Got up at 5:30 am to get headed out. Anne came to say goodbye @ 6:30 am. We packed the car, got a coffee from the dining room & said goodbye to Anne's co worker & friend, Marhead.
More tears & goodbyes as we said our goodbyes to Anne and headed off to the Manchester airport. Lady GPS got us right to the car rental place ... No problem. We took the shuttle bus to the airport & got checked in on good time. Our Air Transat flight was fine except we were ...
... as was the service We shared a couple salted caramel of ice creams for pudding which were just nice sensible sizes. It was lovely sitting outside on such a warm evening.
It was then back to the hotel for coffee and cards. It has become essential to play every night now as the competition hots up towards the end of the trip. A missed night could adversely affect the final results for someone!!
Tomorrow it`s Niagara Falls.
... for the most part, just sat back and laughed at the battle of the two I's between Haz and myself.
It was a fun project. Our actually results of it ended up being too limited and we could have used some out-of-the-box thinking. Chicka gave each of us individual feedback on our delivery of the project. And now I can't help but be aware of the 'umm' in my sentences.
The next day, we had half the day off ...
... really fun. After that AMAZING time we went to a RollerCoaster that went inside a mountain in the middle of the park. It went in the dark and was really awesome. It was getting dark and we were running out of time. We only had time for ONE more RollerCoaster. Me and mum wanted to do the bat. We hopped on and had the funnest RollerCoaster ride ever! We were so glad we went on it. After we left Canada's Wonderland we went to Bubi's Place to say goodbye. We chatted with ...
case you’ve been living under a rock, here’s the story.
http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/o ct/22/canadian-parliament-hill-lockdown -shootout
It was a deeply emotional atmosphere as we took a minute of
silence for the Corporal who died defending the War Memorial. People sung the
Canadian anthem with such passion that night. You know the world has gone mad
when people attack such an amazing, ...