BEST WESTERN PLUS Vernon Lodge & Conference Center
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Sept 1/14 Today we made our first trip to the gas station to feed Stella. Being newbies, we carefully planned our route in advance and scouted out the filling station that seemed the easiest to maneuver. So we chose the Mohawk station on King George at approximately 35th Avenue, and managed to get close to the pump without hitting anything. We didn't know what Amex would do about the $400+ dollars we planned to charge for gas but were surprised to find out the ...
... The new shuttle firm had an office inside the check-in area, so I decided to see what time they’d be leaving. There were a couple of girls in the office along with the driver, and he said the next run to Vernon wouldn’t be until about 20:30. However, he said he could leave immediately and with no other passengers would be able to drive me right to my front door. The cost would be $46, which I thought was reasonable so I said "great, let's go".
... asked for my help in pronouncing French words, as we were about to enter French-speaking Canada and not that many people in Quebec City speak English (though they do in the touristy sections).
On our first night in Quebec some of us went to a French restaurant for dinner. I had French onion soup and baked camembert with cranberries, pears and maple syrup – so good! Then we met up as a group and went to a revolving restaurant for a drink to get views of the city. We went ...
I decided that it might be prudent to start planning and preparation for this trip in February and March, mostly due to the fact that I'd be travelling during "peak season" in August. However, there were several other factors that prompted me to start making arrangements so early:
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... next minute”. Things are rarely boring in Italy!
Ø GREECE: This was my first time visiting Greece, so I didn’t have any idea what to expect, other than what I’ve seen on Travels in Europe. I found the people to very friendly and hospitable, and the rugged beauty of the country is incredible (especially in the Pelopponese). However, as a person with pets at home, I did find it a bit ...