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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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... we paid the extra $20 each for the extra leg room seats, which put us relatively good comfort for the whole flight. We flew with KLM and the staff and flight was excellent and highly recommended. In Amsterdam we had to cover quite a bit of distance, but still had time to check out the duty free before boarding for Venice. The duty free in Amsterdam was far better in terms of selection of booze, cigars and general stuffs. In fact, there ...
... to it flowing into Lake Ontario, scenery fairly similar to Ottawa and surrounds until the outskirts of Toronto which were large metropolises in themselves. The bus depot was quite a size and took me a bit of time dragging the suitcase around before I found out that I needed to hail a taxi! I though there would be a ...
Sorry to have kept you all in suspense for so long. We're having a bit of a quiet day today so I have time to reflect on the last few days here in Canada and fill you all in on what's been going on... Thursday morning started with a bit of a bang. It was a slow start with Jamie and Anna working from home on their laptops and me and joe still on the sofa bed catching up on summer reading, suddenly the head end of the bed gave out and we nearly tumbled off ...
... of the stops so we're all in. I just hope there's a good masseuse at each stop.
Okay, so how did we get here? Well, since I started cycling as a replacement for running I've watched Tour de France reruns while winter training in the basement. Over the years I noticed several key mountain summits that seem to be regulars on the tour and I often wondered...what's it like to climb that? At one point ...
After dropping some things off at the hotel for a lighter travel, I begin my walking journey to get my Poutine, a native Canadian delicacy, from Smoke's Poutinerie. I pass a comic store and HAD to go in (still a nerd @ heart). After hearing the rave about this dish from the tour guide, I simply had to try it! Wikipedia defines Poutine as: "... a common Canadian dish, originally from Quebec, ...