Chateau Louis Hotel & Conference Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... them in fact - they eat all the other bugs and will stay away from you - Id rather have one gecko in my room than a hundred spiders...
-A lot of times when you travel, your doctor will recommend that you travel with a dose of general antibiotics that can be used in an emergency "travellers diarrhea" situation (cough cough, like when you **** your pants a bunch of times and throw up all over yourself a bucnh - those types of situations...). Most of ...
... 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 ...
We stopped to add a lovely panoramic car in Edmonton at 12:50 p.m. I left Michael trying to organize for the third time our car at Vancouver station tomorrow. I left all my things in his car, purse, I'd, phone(. Charging) bringing only my boarding pass. I went out onto the platform and got a bit of a brisk sun shiny walk in knowing that I still had another day in the train. But I had to watch the time ...
... soon as I exit a plane is a little strange, we are quite sure no one picked up anything dangerous while flying 24,000 feet above the earth.
2. Landing and arriving at the terminal... we are excited as everyone else to get off the plane, but watching people jump up when the seat belt sign goes off, and trying to push their way through the isle while everyone gets their stuff together is hilarious. The amount of times we have tried to get up and ready to leave my isle and have ...
... first time someone bumped into me in the street and he turned and said "Sorry, love." Or the kindness of the total stranger who told me I was beautiful and wished us lots of luck and love and babies when we left her and her husband at the pub on an icy Liverpool night in early January. Breaking down at the sight of the dome at St. Paul's and realizing that all my art history readings and study of that exact building had done nothing to prepare me for the feeling ...