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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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In 6 weeks my daughter, Hannah and I will be travelling back to Kenya with CES."Community Education Services."
So much to get ready,from applying for visa's, supplies to bring and trying to fit it all into 2 suitcases. Making sure they are not over weight is the biggest thing. I have been know to bring way to much stuff every year.
This will be my ...
... West Company and he too is trying to get us recruited to come and work for the Company. While here we learn that Dr. McLaughlin of the North West Company will come to meet with the natives to re-affirm their allegiance to the company, as the Hudson’s Bay company (under Lord Selkirk) is taking control of the Fort in retaliation to for the destruction of his Red River settlement.
When this little exchange is over, we join a tour ...
... at the end of the week so I am not taking the sheets off. I do a final once over of the room and not finding anything forgotten I turn off the light and head up stairs. Jim has almost loaded everything into the truck and brings our travel mugs in to give them a quick wash so that we can fill them with coffee at Tim Hortons before we head out. When the travel mugs are clean we take the final things out to the car and back out of the drive way. It is 9:25; ...
We moved on to visit with Don's cousin and his wife who live just outside Thunder Bay. John is Park Superintendent for a northern wilderness park and had some fantastic stories to share.It was great getting together with John and Sue as distance has made it difficult to get together through the years. Hopefully this renewed relationship will lead to more contact in the ...
... Winnipeg so we could "see out country" but anyone who has traveled here knows that there is rugged beauty but after a while it is only rocks and trees, trees and rocks and occasional water. To break things up a bit we decided to throw in a few odd roadside attractions. Look forward to more weird, big things.
Anyways -- back to Wawa. We were hungry and so decided to ...