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... and suddenly realize my Internet is down, my AC is off and my phone is not working either. ...is the power off again?!?! Downstairs I find my friend sitting around, looking bored. With a little bit of frustration in her voice she lets me know the energy company shut down the power for the entire building until about 3:30pm approximately. Without power pretty much the whole work routine comes to a halt, the work can't be done without ...
... my eyes don't allow a view of even remotely this far...)
In the evening I am accompanied and entertained by the beauty of the setting sun, turning the sky into a bright pinkish tone and surprisingly I find my way home without getting lost... The walk home from my friend's place takes me through various living areas with typically arranged lines of houses, each one with a garage and almost every other one with a baseball net accredited as well.
... motorway masses and the expensive tolls decided that we needed to see the Mediterranean and got off the beaten path ( but not before we picked up wine on the motorway at the gas stop.......we are wondering if our new Canadian En Route will soon offer this service). We drove the coast line and ended up staying in Sete at La Joie Des Sables. This is a setting on the coast in a sporting small summertime resort hosting yachts, weekend condos and a thriving coastline. ...
... been in the air for 8.5 hours now, and we are barely half way! It's now 6:45pm in Toronto, it'll be 2:30pm in Hong Kong when we land (HK is 13hrs ahead). And although we'll never catch up to a night's darkness coz we are flying over the artic, for the sake of this blog, I'm "signing off for the night". Kalsen and I are reading our books and.... Wait... while he is reading his Ellen Degeneres book, I'm reading "Unbearable lightness", by Portia de Rossi. Too funny. Then we'll try to nap. Jo ...
... with liquid nitrogen by pouring boiling water in it – this caused the vapours to go everywhere, which was pretty cool. He did the whole presentation bilingually, in both French and English. Another exhibition showed what it was life to be a spaceman, with simulators to demonstrate how it feels like to be in a spacecraft, as well as videos of stuff floating in zero gravity. They also explained how a toilet works on a spaceship, and how the astronauts sleep! There was ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
Good range of food for breakfast.
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