Carriage House Inn
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... good idea, nor taking the maximum luggage allowed. I have never travelled with so much luggage in my life. There were so many things that I felt were needed to have a decent experience with a six year old tagging along. Maybe bringing the chariot was a bit much (for pulling with a bike). I can’t wait to see what the kids in Jiquilillo will think of it.
Leave home by 3:30am. Solomon has had ...
It's 04:30 and someone has let crickets in this suite - really?! Ohhh ... Argh - it's the alarm. Time to get to Calgary International airport to fly Air Canada to Toronto. The CR-V is stored at Park2Go and I'm ready to board by 06:30. I was able to connect with another tour member (Jen) in the departures lounge which was great. I got a window seat so I was able to keep track of things, until the gravol kicked in - I lost part of Saskatchewan and most ...
... of the building and the Daddy then used his ROOM KEY to open a door.
"It's just like a little house," said AJ in amazement as they peeked at their surroundings.
"Yes," agreed BJ, "look a bathroom, a couch and a big bed."
The Daddy put their suitcase down on the bed and quickly unzipped its lid AJ and BJ ducked down under the clothes while the Daddy rummaged around and took a few items out. After awhile the Daddy stopped moving around the room and ...
... the safety cards anew…
“Look Mama! Still no high heels allowed!”
“Drink some more water girls..don’t want to be dehydrated…” (pair #48..pat pat pat).
“Hello dear British Airways passengers. This is your captain speaking. Wanting to welcome you aboard the flight today to London. Just a wee (I think he’s Scottish, still ...
... inside.” “That’s the plan,” he replies. “What should I get you?” Besides my regular double-double, I ask for a small chili. Jim leaves and I stay behind. This is a good opportunity to make sure that the outside world has not come to a complete halt. When Jim returns we get back on the road to start the push toward Calgary.
This summer cold has been plaguing me for at least half the trip and today is ...