Comfort Inn Airport West
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Nice and fast stay. Only to sleep and eat brakefast.
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... Can you believe the guy didn't say two words to us in 45 minutes?!? I miss courteous and pleasant Canadians! The Rome airport was a gong show! But I got a new stamp in my passport. But only four stalls in the ladies bathroom for an entire terminal?!? Come on. I miss milder weather. Two and a half weeks of of mid-thirties was a little draining. Looks like I'm bringing it home with me. Forecast for tomorrow: 31•C! And I ...
... about their basketball.
My parents, as archetypal tourists, also decided to embark
on the bus tour. I then met them and headed over to St Lawrence Market, with its vast array of very tasty food, through
the artic temperatures of Toronto in February. After an epic quest, akin to the
Lord of the Rings, we finally made it back to our beloved Chinese restaurant.
Soon, the end of the week was upon us. After Mum and ...
... restaurant. It was packed and although it was noisy, we enjoyed a thoroughly delicious dinner and good company.
It was hard for me to leave my home of three months. But now we are getting ready for Africa in earnest so that is something to look forward to. There are lots of appointments to attend!
Vitas were to travel today too from the Dominican Republic to Thunder Bay. It was going to be ...
Hi guys! Welcome to the latest instalment of maple syrup madness. Here's the latest:
Wednesday: Today I had a chilled out morning, then headed
out to the Clubs fair on St George’s Campus. There was a club fair with loads
of different societies, from beekeeping to dragonboating! I met up with two
Australian students, Jaqui and Raina, but I was far more interested in the
free cookies and candy floss than joining clubs. The only downside was ...
... the top of a column on the main balcony.
Sir Henry believed in having all the most modern of conveniences. This multi-head (and multi-knobbed) shower was the starring feature of his private bathroom. Before you think, "So?" please recall that this was back in 1913, when most people didn't have indoor plumbing, let alone multi-knobbed showers.
Both Henry and his wife had these unusual fixtures in their private baths. ...