BEST WESTERN Royal Plaza Hotel & Trade Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... after arrival. First we entered the visitor Centre and watched a short film that described what we were about to encounter. We wandered into the cinema, perched ourselves somewhat spread around the centre, then about 300+ school kids started coming in with a guy yelling and repeating "everyone needs to go to the far right of their row, if you have seats to your right then you need to move over, we need to fit everyone in...." After the film we headed out and followed the ...
... our way Ravenswood Park and parked in a little parking lot. It has a bit of a visitor centre, but like most everything else, it was closed for the season. Ravenswood Park is a beautiful dense forest with walking trails through it. They are very natural narrow paths and it was quite hilly and had some huge boulders. The ground was covered with fall leaves and the forest is filled with fall trees with falling leaves and huge pine trees. So off we went for a bit of a ...
... and bacon, onion rings and wedges, and a plate each of wedges and sweet potato wedges. It was really good and we played two games. Mitch, Riley and Jordan have gone off to play laser tag! Today is Sam's turn to be a bit sick :-( he has taken over Cooper's bucket!! He's all good though :-) now Mitch, Cooper and Sam are out of the running for the "Didn't spew" competition the boys created!!!!! Whatever :-) Hmmmm, let's go find a shopping centre........ Rainy weather is ...
We started our evening with dinner at Faneuil Hall and Market. Of course we had to take advantage of the wonderful seafood and got lobster roll to share. Faneuil Hall and Market was named after Peter Faneuil, he inherited a fortune from his uncle. He was not well liked in the Boston community because he made his money from the triangle trade by selling slaves. When his uncle left his fortune to Peter and his brother, there was a ...
We all have our own story of metamorphosis: how we moved through childhood into adulthood and became the person we are today. No two stories are the same but there are common themes. For example the longer and harder it takes to get to that place where you accept yourself (and I mean your whole self not just the parts you like or that are nice but the dark and sometimes ugly parts as well), the more grateful you are. Or in the case of the butterfly the ...