Comfort Inn Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... light drizzle, then a mist. This is going to be one long ride if this is the weather we can expect. I start to notice things as the miles pass under us. The utility poles are all braced at the bottom. I had noticed this on our trip to Thunder Bay; Brenda told me that they are braced in that way because they are erected in swampy land and need to be stabilized so that they don’t fall over. I guess that is important. The next thing I notice as we drive ...
... have to make a new plan, something we are quite good at! Shower complete, I head back downstairs and try the ticket office one more time and this time I am greeted by a pleasant male voice. “Good morning,” I respond to the ticket agent. “Are there any seats available for today’s run?” I ask. He checks the computer and tells me that there are only a few available so I ask if I can purchase them through him. He answers ...
Great start to our trip! We are staying at a hotel in Wpg, turns out the pool it great! Kids are having a blast. There's a big fast slide, kiddie pool area for Hailey and an awesome hot tub. Too perfect! We are going to bed around 8pm, and getting up at 2:30am & head to the airport. Definatly getting excited ...
... all worth it!
For one month, we lived in a post card (or a Lord of The Rings film, whatever tickles your fancy). New Zealand is breathtakingly gorgeous. New Zealand has everything: mountains, volcanoes, beaches, rain forests, normal forests, glaciers, sheep. We kayaked, ferried, hiked over mountains and under the ground. We took part in cultural activities, went biking, visited vineyards and a brewery or two. We will always ...
... a free morning so Andrew (a guy in my group) and I went for a run and stretch! We all served and ate lunch with the pastor of the church we were going to in the evening, but we don't have enough chairs or plates so it was a little all over the place! Arisnel is from Haiti and he told us a lot about languages and travelling to new countries.
At church we sang a couple songs for the congregation and the service was super fun! A little taste of what traditional services will ...