A Suite @ Kitsilano Cottage
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... we caught the bus back to the y. We had a quick shower and change and headed back up Robson street for some tea. Harrison instructed that he wanted some meat and noodles so off we went in search of a noodle bar. It didn't take long to find a good looking restaurant and we had a nice tea before heading back for bed. Tomorrow would be our final day and we were all determined to make it a good one with a trip to the aquarium on the ...
... first rows of buildings, a sign caught my eye. "Psychic readings. Walk-ins welcome!"
Ooooooooooh. I had been wanting to see a psychic for some time. I'd recently tried a counsellor to try and save my last relationship, but this seemed far more fun.
I bounded up the stairs excitedly and stuck my head around the corner, praying there'd be no other customers. "You! You're only three years late!" the smiling man behind the counter exclaimed ...
... to log on to my computer at work, scan my emails and the press clips while chowing down on a piece of warm, buttery Vegemite toast. The one thing OGPR lacked, however, was a toaster.
One fateful day, digging around in the kitchen… I came across the Panini press, at the back of a cupboard. Oh, joy of joys! I Panini pressed toast in the mornings. I Panini pressed sandwiches for lunch. Panini, Panini, Panini. Soon, others joined me. Sometimes ...
... Celebrity’s Michael’s bar is now being used as an exclusive place for concierge class passengers.
We were not impressed with how Celebrity managed the shared tables with “anytime seating”. We sat with a group every night on Princess, but Celebrity only managed to sit us with a group in four of the seven nights. Apart from the shore excursions, we find the group dinners are the highlight of the day.
Friday 20th June Celebrity ...
... the break we wandered through the vendors area, there was some great equipment to see and play with, I was interested in the new Ferno Cot which was powered, no lifting required, except when you wanted to wheel it over a kerb, then you were lifting and it was awfully heavy, that and the $35 K price tag were it's Achilles heel. Zoll had a display as well as Physio control which most of theses services seem to use, I thought our MRX was a better deal. Bree ...