Days Inn Hamilton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... a tendency on some pix to slant the camera down to the left, causing me to muse about any Blurb book.
First rum and coke in four weeks. Got the little bottle from AC which was a pleasant surprise. Pasta dinner was better than expected. The music options need some work but Foreigner and INXS albums were the best of it. It became a pattern of rest, some music and watch the flight map.
Had a hot wrap as ...
The initial day of art workshops..
Up early all excited.. Her, not me...
Non arty partners ware banished from the secret art business...
The session CJ had chosen to attend was a class by Shelley water colour painting a lilly.
All very professional and technical with overhead webcam and big TV display
Standing around looking dejected...
Ted, Brian and Dan took pity on me and we all piled into ...
... On its other side was the Temploy de la Santa Veracruz.
Stumbled across the post office. It is a glorious building,symbolic of its time when letters ruled the world of communication. Such structures are of more moment these days in the Third World than back home where letter writing is a dying art.
The streets were quiet. The most action was the raft of garbage trucks seen. Realized I was on the street of last night's dinner so walked as far as ...
... candles inside. Our land lord really likes him.
Next we dressed up and ventured out into the rain to experience trick or treating. People really go all out with their houses and decorate more than if it was Christmas. There were people dressed up, walking around everywhere with pillow cases bulging with lumpy lollies (candy). We made our way to the Cadbury factory which we heard gives out good stuff on ...
... Park off a dirt road and the river was a distance away too far for Marg to walk and we didn't want to leave her alone in the car. A nice Indian gentleman (Who had lived in Sydney NSW) took a photo of us and gave us directions for a nice scenic drive to Bellfountain and back to Brampton. It was a lovely scenic drive with the exception of roadworks lots of winding roads through maple, oak, and pine trees with beautiful big homes manicured lawns ...