Comfort Hotel Airport North
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... text-size-adjust: auto;">There was one such passenger on this tour and I think Wills had just reached his tourist threshold and had to take a stand. After spending the first part of the trip watching this woman stand up before the bus had stopped and run to the front, Wills made it his mission to stand up before her. He blocked the aisle so she could not pass and let every passenger in front off first.
... character's dialogue reflecting their local culture, language and background, which really helped to form a picture of each of them. This is a hard thing to do when a story is written for the English language! As a final comment, I found there were no "dead spots" in the book - every page kept me wanting to read more until I reached the end. It's a small book, but well worth your time - buy it!
J.P. Morris on 12/11/2014 This review is from the paperback ...
... of a silk brocade?"
"I didn't get a good feel. His trousers were a soft cotton, but then he started to back away."
"Okay, forget it. Sharpen that axe and let's get going."
The story now returns to the party of Thurm Blunderson, who had finished breakfasting and begun to ride up the hill upon which was situated Olaf's farmhouse. As they reached the crest, Olaf's party, which consisted of thirteen men, emerged suddenly from ...
... an apology, something I wasn't aware of.
Despite the rain it was an enjoyable event for the parade and ethnic character.
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... later a popular nightspot. In 1933, the city of Toronto took ownership of the property for the $27,303.45 owed in back taxes. Suggestions for possible uses of the building included a high school, museum, art gallery, a war veteran's convalescence home, and a permanent residence for the Dionne quintuplets (!). None of the projects proved feasible, and the City of Toronto considered demolishing Casa Loma.
The Kiwanis Club of ...