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... 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 ...
... closer to home. We get off the road to visit the Niagara Falls. We are here now, why not take the time. The falls are partially frozen over. Massive icicles along the rim. The flowing water restricted to the spaces in between the ice. The river below also frozen over. It makes for an unreal scene. Wrapped up in as many layers of clothing as we carry, we go for a walk along the river to ...
... 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)
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... a full year paper here so I had to take the advanced course. The other problem is that they rely on a lot more maths here with their economics than with back home. The first class was quite the disaster. I went to talk to the teacher after and he wasn’t helpful at all, he mentioned that I should drop that paper, so which I replied I cannot if I want to graduate. I don’t mean to seem critical, especially after only ...
... corkscrew/death watch roller coaster ride . . . so he provided Carol a substitute experience . . . I tipped him extra for that!!
Our timing was PERFECT!! The area, as we remembered it, was a block or two off from the main tourista area . . . but now has several smaller restaurants . . . and there was Donatello's . . . just as we remembered it . . . it has all of the appearances of being a small, family operation, but it could be a gigantic corporate ...