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... handy for hanging Christmas stockings. The weather was quite mild during our stay which was nice but I did wish it had snowed as that would have been the icing on the cake, but it was not to be.
We explored the town which was quiet due to the Christmas break.
On Christmas Day we drove to Niagara Falls which was only a short drive away. It was quiet there as well which was nice as we didn't have to ...
... society has repaired and restored much of the building as well as furnishing it . There is a suite which can be hired as a bridal suite and while we were there a young Asian couple were having their wedding photos taken. The poor groom looked as though he had had enough. They were there at least 2 1/2 hours.
The views of the city from the tower were great. The castle is on a hill and the tower was quite high. Very impressive. We also went in an 800 ft tunnel ...
... I’m an unwitting fan of realism, the straight up and mundane one. Don’t quite know what that says about me, but anyway...there were loads of sculptures which gave a unique insight into Inuit culture, from their hunting of bears to the representation of their community. So all in all, definitely worth the $5 I paid to get in.
Then I thought to myself, why not check out the powerplant, a free modern art exhibit with a
Micheal and I packed for our 4 days on the Great Canadian that runs from Toronto to Vancouver. We have a berth to share and actually have been looking forward to the strange quiet in our otherwise rather fast paced existence. All the 5 children still in our care have been packed off to camp or the care of other folks, or for the older girls, two weeks "Home Alone, Atlast!" We got an email from via that the train would be delayed by ...
... working in the industry. My friend was disappointed for me and gave a good reference to HR for some of their other positions.
I also heard from my new head hunter. They had presented me to a client and despite their assurances to me that they would be able to market me the client declined to interview me based on my industry absence.
As Christmas came ...
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