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... was lacking.
Still not time to head back to our bed, we wandered around like zombies - now we were on the hunt for reading glasses as mom sat on hers and broke them the day she left vancouver. We were unsuccessful. We did however manage to find the Sofa Cafe, only my guts were churning from too many bad eggs, bread, and cafe con leche`s, so I just couldn`t bring myself to get *another* coffee. :(
We NEEDED to go to bed at this ...
... arrangements, complete the journal from Part I, organize photos, and plan for upcoming adventures proved to be somewhat tiresome for DH, she had me organize a girls-only trip to Vegas (which, for those looking for a little balance, is apparently never to be followed by a boys-only trip to Vegas), did a number of BFF bonding jaunts (and, for those looking for balance, I don't think guys are ever allowed to refer to anyone as a BFF), and filled in the gap ...
... s dinner, it was great to have a nice, decent breakfast which didn't involve bacon, sausages and four different types of hash. The strange thing about our arrival in Canada is how hot and humid it has been - the hottest destination so far on this holiday. It must be global warming in action.
Last night was really windy so we didn't get as much sleep as hoped. Gretchen and Dallas were both keen on taking a hike today to an area north of Collingwood. ...
... falls! Elwyn is a bit hard of hearing in one ear so Graham and I had a few jokes that went un-noticed haha. First call was lunch, and after not being able to eat at the casino buffet as I didn't have my ID and you need to be 19 to get in here, we went for an amazing chinese buffet. I ate more than Graham, lost count lf how many plates, but it was so yummy and so much better than the buffets at home - lots of new things! Once we were suitably stuffed, ...
... collection at Uppsala Library and flip through pages of Paul Duncan's chronological study of Bergman film oeuvre. Unfortunatley, Ingmar Bergman Center's not located in Uppsala but in his summer house where most of his films were shot. Bergman's 1966 film "Persona" is unforgettable.
There was a fortified-castle on a hill built by King Gustav I in the 16th century in Uppsala and he's called "Bishop ...
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