City Lodge Hotel Bryanston
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... buildings fill the landscape, it is a wealthy suburb. We tried to get off at the Rhodesville stop but the doors to our carriage wouldn't open, a bit of a scary experience. Luckily the train only goes to the airport and returns to the stop we are supposed to get off. The on duty security knew what happened so it was ok. Apparently the first 2 carriages are supposed to be for airport passengers only, we were in the first ...
... to believe increasingly in small things and big changes. Made me a sensitive woman, because it was time to break that certain "hardness" and the world needs sweetness and romanticism, almost always. Made me like it even more unexpected because the things that was not planned, it was really awesome. Made me like it even more simple, more careful about people and less about things. Made me realize and feel that nature is splendid and wise, always perfect, every animal, every ...
... few concerns, I don't actually know how, but she does. I'm just happy to be somewhere. People start trickling in and the first of many, many introductions commence.
My mother and I say a very Lifetime Original Movie goodbye. Time-sensitive letters and baked goods that didn't really fit in any of my bags were exchanged and I return to my table ready to go.
Thus begins a SEVEN HOUR registration that is not nearly as painful as it sounds at first. We all try to ...
... br> 125 grams mixed seeds (pumpkin, sunflower, sesame)
125 grams natural unsalted peanut(s)
Preheat the oven to 130°C/gas mark 1/2, and oil a 23 x 33 x 4cm baking tin, or use a throwaway foil one.
Warm the condensed milk in a large pan.
Meanwhile, mix together all the other ingredients and then add the warmed ...
... a special enclosure with lion cubs were we could interact with them. They are so cute at the age and some were quite mischievous, biting at hands, clothes. One of our group had an older cub clinging to her back and would not let go. I could have taken one of them home, they were so adorable and playful. What a treat that was, thanks Bill & Haralyn!! Before leaving the park, we went over and fed ...