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- Swimming pool
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... a film by National Geographic was apprently the first to get permission for video fly-overs which made for an incredible experience in the OmnImax theatre in Toronto. The theatre was a huge screen, several stories high, but curved like a big dome with a monstrous projector and huge sound system. The film looked at Jerusalem from the perspectives of three different young women- Jewish, Christian and Arab and while they told their stories of why Jerusalem was special to each one, ...
Well, here we are in the heat and swelter of summer and I'm thinking about lightweight but warm and cozy winter coats. I'm starting to prepare for my November River cruise where packing everything you need in the smallest suitcase you can stand to lug around the streets of Paris is a clever balancing act. I remember Rose packing for Portugal. Her suitcase was gigantic, after all she wanted to be fashionable on our river ...
... to Christine before Elwyn brought out a bottle of wine called Fat ******* which we shared on the balcony talking about running (got all the tips for a marathon) and putting the world to rights. He is an amazing man with an amazing outlook on life. If I am as active and have the same sense pf humour as him when I'm older I'll be very happy. Time to get some sleep before a morning run and another lunch out ...
... available out here – who knew?). As we get nearer and nearer to London we seen attractions signs pointing out items of interest – a maple farm, a museum, several artisans, etc.”I am surprised you haven’t veered off the main highway yet to see some of these interesting things,” I say to Jim. “Why don’t we do that? It’s only another 30 minutes or so to London so we have a couple of hours to kill. ...
... on. A sleepy Istanbul is slowly waking, some of the streets washed down already, shopkeepers out cleaning up litter in front of their establishments.
Roddy had mentioned some issues the Four Seasons hotel was having with an expansion, chancing upon ruins from millenia past. The sign said the annex would be done by 2008. History 1, Commercialism 0.
Did not find the Hagia Eirene, the first church built by Constantive the Great [it is ...