Comfort Inn Meadowvale Mississauga
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... drinks when the weather gets hot! I'll indulge tomorrow. I know I've still got some Cuban rum at home AND I hit the duty-free shop before leaving Italy. Our plane from Rome to Toronto left and arrived late, making for a tight layover, but I made it. Yet another holiday with a sweaty connection, running between terminals. As the plane descended into Edmonton, the sun was just appearing below the clouds over the prairies. It's good to be ...
... walk of Toronto, I introduced them to Gabby’s restaurant, where Megan joined
us for the full British Bright family experience. Dad headed home for a bit, while I
took Mum on a guided tour of the Uni, with the beautiful buildings of
University College providing a refreshing contrast to the functional buildings
of Warwick. I felt like a proper tour guide. We then had a closely contested
game of Rummikub at a Board game café, so ...
... the situation with Michael's and Emily's ear infections, as I understand it. Although Emily apparently seemed somewhat better, poor Michael had his fever return and I am still waiting to hear whether they left today or not. ( I heard today - January 28 they came home but they sound sick. No more details just yet.)
Now I am off to tackle about a three foot stack of mail I swear. But there are no complaints here!
... attractive societies had the best free food. It was a case of weighing up
being approached by the Queer Migration society vs enjoying their free candy
floss. Considering the queues, I guessed most people were just there for the candy
floss. Jaqui and I had two different techniques. Mine was the subtle approach, concealing
my cookie theft under a free leaflet. Jaqui went for the more unsubtle grab the
cookie and run technique. At least she was saving ...
... quite sure what they were used for: they're too low and too wide to have been bidets, and they're clearly not hand sinks. Perhaps they were meant for soaking your feet?
The Pellatts were very progressive when it came to rest rooms for their staff. Unlike their other contemporaries, the Pellatt staff did not have to go outside to use the facilities, but rather had use of rest rooms specifically set aside for them on each floor of ...