Global Village Kensington
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... leg, the right. And his horses's saddle is emblazoned with fine Turkish needlework."
"You're not giving me much to go on here, Tuthpik. Did you see what kind of tunic he had on?"
"Pink with mauve stripes."
"Vertical or horizontal?"
"Well, he was sort of leaning against his horse."
"No, you idiot, the stripes! Were they vertical or horizontal?"
"Vertical, I think."
"Well, was it a mohair ...
... my my Canadian history classes about how Canada was actively recruiting Ukrainians to settle the Canadian west before WWI as they were used to farming in harsh climates.
There was also a display about how they were later interned during WWI and are ...
... the war, the economy slumped, tilting Pellatt into bankruptcy. His company owed the Home Bank of Canada $1.7 million -- $20 million in today's dollars, and he had no choice but to auction off his prized possessions for a fraction of their worth and abandon his dream of a noble castle.
In the years after the Pellatts left Casa Loma, it was to become a luxury hotel (though this use never quite materialized thanks to the 1929 ...