No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Markham
... with stone but there is still no running water or electricity. The city is very busy with people selling fruits and vegetables, tools, meat and many more. Let us move on to the second place of conflict.
Vercertica and Rashin discovers that Rheaia is not there so they, with an army of people who hates Threshrage, decide to go to the city named Doennger, which is where Threshrage's palace stands. But before the Vercertica and his "army" decide to storm Doennger, they ...
... on top of Peter Davisons + admission.
Overall it was an interesting event, good to see some local fans I hadn't seen from the 90s, and a lead in to the 50th anniversary special at the end of the month (see next entry)
Visit My Page on Facebook : Departures1 - Global Adventures
... it was a Canon proprietary cable port so they sent me to a camera shop . . . a little more walking, but I was up for it. At the camera shop they told me it was a standard mini-USB connection . . . they didn't stock it, but just a short distance away was a computer/technology store, The Source, and they were very helpful. I asked if I could hook it to a computer before the purchase--just to be sure . . . and ...
... my rice. Post-lunch we went back to the house where I had a longer than expected FaceTime call home to let them know everything was ok for my journey home before it was time to tackle the packing once again.
I hate packing. I think I always will. I've learnt how to pack better on this trip but it does take me ages to finish it! After a couple of hours everything was in its allotted bag and it was time to leave for the airport! UK, the journey home was now underway...
... t understand the never-ending attraction. The museum was quite small considering the foundation apparently owns 10000 pairs of shoes. The ground floor charted the development and history of the shoe, it was most shocking to see just how tiny the shoes were for the Chinese women who had to live with bound feet. There was a collection of celebrity shoes; Marilyn Monroe had very tiny feet, Winston Churchill wore uninspiring brown boots and the museum has accumulated some of ...
More great choices in Markham
Search TripAdvisor for more deals in Markham
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations