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... needed to get to said apartment, and I must admit I was terribly keen to get a couple of hours sleep. That first blast of cold air took our breath away. We staunchly walked up to the taxi stand where we were greeted by an Indian gentleman wearing a turban. He was ready for us with his black limousine and opened the boot where he promptly installed our suitcases. Not much was said (maybe due to our teeth being clenched with the cold), and we both assumed this was a taxi. I could ...
... t excited about not spending 24/7 together anymore. This may sound strange, but we get along extremely well and never got sick of one another. We are fortunate that our interests in travel are similar which makes decisions easy to make. The odd time we didn’t agree on things, we compromised to keep each other happy. Being ...
... the room as we all sat on the sofa, reflecting how much we’d overeaten. We also
went for a late night walk and played a game of taboo, replicating an essential
boxing day ritual in England. On my return, I’ll lobby to get a thanksgiving
holiday in England!
Mid terms are fast approaching, as is an essay deadline, so
I’d better break out of my thanksgiving chilled out mood and get working!
Take care you lot.
... was quite glorious to stand there listening to songs from the '20s and imagine Sir Pellatt and Jay Gatsby having champagne nearby.
The Conservatory is lovely plant-filled space, approximately 70 feet on a side, with marble walls and floors, all topped by this amazing stained-glass skylight.
In addition to the stunning structural woodwork pieces throughout the building, there are little surprises like this gnome -- tucked ...
... But, I had a GPS on my phone so, I had no problem to find my hostel. Today, when I went outside, a little and beautiful things was on the ground : SNOW! I was very surprised and it was very cold, but it`s the real life in Canada! Today, I took a little walk in King Street and I visited the St. Lawrence Market. St. Lawrence Market is VERY nice! He have a lot of small kiosks where people can buy sausage, sea food, vegetable... So, I plan ...
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