BEST WESTERN PLUS Stoneridge Inn & Conference Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Woke up late and missed the first 2 classes. School - Mathilde was going to Vancouver later; I couldn't do a single question for my quiz; presented for my group at ad. Genetics for something I have zero clue about. Rushed to Zumba classes with Gloria and Francielle. Had a hell lot of fun before hitting to the gym. Home and cooked dinner. Mushroom stuffed fishcake was sooooo ...
Went to Rotholme Family Shelter to teach children arts and crafts. Its more like just playing with them instead. There's no structures and no aims but the kids were cute and I hope to teach them more next time. Went home to prep for the house party; ...
No voice; rushed and still made it to class cause there was a technical error Ate Timmy's for breakfast and got scolded for taking a photo of the sign. Science of romantic relationship was darn interesting but I got carried away with other stuffs. Went ...
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2. we don't have wi-fi
3. we don't have power...LOL
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... to tell her that he had been in the hospital, but was sent back to the Mad Cow Palace and placed on palliative care. Now Lynne did not tell me this, and Angie did not want to because of my surgery, so she called my daughter Amanda, who passed me on the news.
Luckily I had dropped in to see him about a month ago, and on that particular day he was quite talkative, but not at all cognizant. I actually sat around and laughed with him for about half an hour that day, ...