Airlane Hotel and Conference Centre
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... she what she could do.
To my surprise no one else came to sit in my row!!! So I settled in , spread out over 3 seats and slept for 5 hours,,my snoring woke me up.LOL
I felt refreshed and alive.Instead of watching movies ( Strange for me as I usually watch 4 or 5 movies in flight) I pulled out a book I had brought at Chapters before I left.
This book has changed my soul, my thinking and I am ...
... planed to get something to eat and go back to the hospital to see John and also to watch together Marinas sisters ice hockey game on Fast Hockey website live. Brooke is playing in Boston for the championships and also has received a scholarship to Boston after she finished high school. So I packed my bags for another trip to the airport in the afternoon, dressed and ready to say a fair well ...
Beautiful drive through northern Ontario today. The highway follows Lake Superior so I got many beautiful views – lots of pics to share.
Decided to pass straight through Thunder Bay and drive on a bit. Ended up in a small motel in a town called Shabaka. Relatively clean place but they bring basic to a new level. No internet and of course no cell reception, not even a phone in my ...
... if it would be cheating if our mystery man would drive us to our destination. NO! We will take the ride. It turned out our rescuer was in fact Stacy's dad- he brought us the remaining 7km to his and his wife's Inez's place.
We spent the next two nights there. In the morning Inez took us to a local breaky place for breakfast and then we had the infamous 'Persian'. It is a ...
... on dark (premature due to the large dark clouds all around). With thunder and lightning off in the distance, the deer came down our end of the beach one by one. The first three were does, the final one was a buck (with a very healthy rack of about 6 points). The does past us by without concern, but apparently the Buck was interested in what was going on because he wandered over in our direction. Next thing I know Jen is standing on top of the picnic table behind me... he ...