Canadas Best Value Inn-Burlington/Hamilton
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... eaten by "sacred" mosquitos! We walked and talked about how Joseph Smith saw God and Jesus in this very place.
The next stop was to see the recently built temple in the area. We were told we couldn't get up to it because it is closed right now for maintenance work but as you would have it the workers were there and had left the gate open so we got to walk around the exterior and see this tiny little temple. Last stop here for the day was ...
... Around minus 20 degrees. We had some nice home made lunch. Feel like home here and eating home made food feels like a luxury, been eating out so much the last couple of weeks. After food I sat down to book a new ticket home from New York, I'm staying another 3 days over there. Then Katarina dropped me off at the train station at the same time as she picked up Lars. I was going in to Toronto to meet up ...
... unlike the rest of the world, they cannot stamp in order
Transport taken- car, bus, plane, horse, feet, train
Where I slept- homes, hostels, hotels, pensions, buses, trains, airport
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... my joy over this? It is like my birthday, Chanukah and all other festivities combined!!! Yayyyyyyyyyy. So happy and pumped! I have not been out on a run in quite a while and especially now during these long and exhausting work hours I have been missing my running buddies terribly! And today I got new ones at last, I am as excited as a young kid!
The weather at the moment is terrific for a long run, I cannot wait to get out tomorrow morning and just let my ...
... excited about travelling with friends, as for the last few years we have been bound to itineraries and large groups. This year, it’s just four of us with a rented Peugeot and the open roads. Anyway, seeing three out of four of us are teachers, we had some concerns about “shop talk” and decided to make a penalty jar (I’ve even designed the label with a giant “no teacher talk” icon and a list of fines in every currency). The idea ...