Canad Inns Garden City
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... more rested. Our first destination was the Prairie Dog Central Railway which since it was a holiday Monday they had a steam engine pulling some vintage carriages leaving at 11:00am. We managed to get photos All American/Canadian engines have bells as well as whistles.
Next stop was an ice hockey practice rink, we could go into one of the five to see some practice. Quite noisy with the puck hitting the side fences with some force. As we were leaving we saw some 9 year olds ...
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... everybody settled. The two hour flight seemed to speed by and soon we were beginning our descent. After getting all of the students off the plane and doing a quick head count, we walked through Pearson International to find the gate for our connecting flight to London. We established a meeting time with the group and allowed students to head off in search of food or to browse airport shops. With the other chaperones, I sat in an iPad-based lounge ...
... in snow, many with welcoming wreaths on the doors. I was enveloped into their warm and truly lovely family, and had the fun of meeting Susan's wonderful mum and dad. As I didn't get to see my own grandparents this Christmas, this had to be the next best thing. In no time I was sitting comfortably at the kitchen table, enjoying a drink and great conversation with everyone, while an excited Pepper, the family pooch, weaved around us. I rather guiltily watched Susan ...