Comfort Inn Waterloo Ontario
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... I am over 60 and if I haven't figured out who I am yet there's no point in wasting time trying to do so at this point!). As my first blog entry indicated, I was going to use the trip as a way of seeing how well I could take advantage of the free time offered by being in semi-retirement mode.
Planning - Something I should have picked up on before I even started was that the very nature of my detailed planning efforts (blog entries 2 & ...
... the busy multi-lane highways leading into Toronto, and I had just started heading west on the side roads when the rain started.
The rain suit stayed on for the last 3 hours of the ride home. A somewhat fitting finish as I also had a mix of rain and sun on the very first day of the trip.
After 33 days on the road, it will take me a few days to reflect and let it all sink in. It was ...
... like that I was like 10!) Being scared, I missed going to the first mandatory meeting, and I thought there was no chance I would be able to go. Thankfully the wonderful people at Laurier International allowed me to do an online session to make up for it over winter break in 2013. With this I started researching all the schools and getting all the documentation I needed to apply.
So why ...
... I need to make sure I don’t spend all my money in the first place I get to. I’m going to see the obvious places when I get there; the Eiffel Tower, The Louvre, Notre Dame Cathedral, the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs Elysees. I might even try and see if I can get into the Moulin Rouge although I hear it’s not like it was in the movie. There seems to be loads to do in this busy city so maybe I’ll end up staying there for more than 4 ...
A funny sensation to amble about one' s old university campus, and billowing between old haunts where i have napped and slept during examination or deadline days. I settled into the second floor of the SLC, and read the campus newspaper and the national post (most memorable are the articles on mavis gallant who passed yesterday, the riots in ukraine and a student article about ...