Chateau Nova Hotel & Suites Edmonton-Kingsway
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... me some champagne and orange juice to start. Hmmm it may be a long day lol, decided not to eat as they would be serving a bunch on the plane. the wait wasn't too long...and I wandered down and got the gate when it was already boarding. Found me seat... very different this new layout. It is kind of like a pod but not....I was in a single seat that had like big desk tops next to me on both sides. Pretty cozy though for the ride....and the service ...
... were to stop for only about a half an hour. So when I returned to the place I'd disbarred from the train. So I hopped back on the train at car 113 as the conductors had placed a yellow step up to the doorway between the cars. I moved quickly back toward Michael in the bubble car but Unbeknownst to me they were just the going to be adding the car right between car 110 and 111. I grabbed the handle of the ...
... the coffee tree.
Bartering… I hate bartering with a passion. Maybe it is the good ole Canadian boy in me, but disputing the price of a copper bracelet to save a dollar with a kind African who lives in a hut does not make me happy when i save the dollar. Yes, i see the need for it when i want to buy ****** Riy-Don’s from a corrupt and shady sunglasses salesmen in Zanzibar. While he tries to charge me $100 dollars for fake glasses, that i am quite sure have ...
... saw fewer things than you probably could see, but the ones we did take in were amazing.
The one thing that a fair number of people warned us about was expecting culture shock from living in the UK for so long. That didn't happen at all. In fact I remarked to Lindsay on the way back from Paris that, if anything, visiting the UK reminds you just how much the United States and Canada were formed by British culture. The country feels familiar in a way Germany ...
... 75% of our trip had been planned. We were booked to fly out on December 22nd, the day after our dear friend Monica's wedding, and were returning to Canada late on January 20th. Our flat in London, around the corner from Kensington High Street and a stone's throw from Hyde Park in the very posh Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, was arranged and paid for. We booked a few days trips away from London--one to Bath, one to Liverpool ...