Chateau Louis Hotel & Conference Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to do so.
Of course, as is a tradition in our family, our day began with a lovely, bubbly bottle of champagne. Even as the kids were younger travelling on school trips abroad, we would have a wee klink to toast their journey, enjoy the excitement of the moment, and appreciate the special opportunities that travel provides. I used to get teased about being a mom who 'forced' her kids to have a drink before school, but mimosas are ...
... on your million hours without a shower, if possible a sterile kit (clean needles) to take with you in case of emergency - dont trust that some of the hospitals will have clean needles
-In both Vietnam and India (and Im sure this applies to many countries) - toilet paper is a luxery item - assume 95% of places DONT have it so carry it with you at all times..
-in countries where there are a lot of weird bugs, don't be afraid of geckos in your ...
... I had an overwhelming urge to return home to my bed and watch Netflix for the rest of my life. I was scared. "No quiero!" emerged from somewhere deep inside of me. My mom calmly assured me that I did indeed want to go on this trip I had been planning for so long.
At the airport I gave Rena-Dee a big hug ...
... and find a Husky a few blocks in and fill with gas then head back out onto the highway. This is the final leg before we are actually home. Jim has been texting me for the last hour or more giving me the play-by-play of the Bomber vs Roughrider Football game so that keeps me occupied as we travel. Traffic does not let up at all and the antics on the road seem stupider than ever, but that is the way on the QEII. By 5:12 we are at Leduc and ...
... later. We left the troops making their first purchases to head back to the hotel, one to snooze the other to do a spot of work (can you guess which was which?) before we all reconvened in our kiwi shirts for the opening ceremony in Churchill Square. A quick three stops on the beer line (our train station is called Corona) and we arrived to let Graeme walk in with the team while we all grabbed a spot in the Square - Team NZ was sixth biggest with 145 ...