Confederation Place Hotel
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... out there had been an explosion and everyone was evacuating the building! (Nothing to do with Rick and toast!).
Friday we headed out of town and after a while on the freeway turned off onto Route 33 which was beautiful! Vineyards and along side Lake Ontario. Part of the road was a free ferry. Drove through Picton and Wellington without getting our tyres wet! Spent the night at Kingston on the mouth of the St Lawrence River. ...
... may be behind you." Back in the air, not much happened for a long time (18th through 20th centuries) except turbulence, going to the bathroom, and tax-free cigarettes. Although a notice at Pearson had said that the airline no longer provided complimentary meals, they did give us a free dinner -- symbolizing broken promises, I suppose.
Because we were too cheap to buy ...
... kuai dian lai <3
PPS: Can I tell you something I did, that I even find shocking.
It is already for quite some time that I get very ****** at my Landlady's son's tendency of wasting food. So I realised that he didn't finish the cake (only scrapped and eat the nice chocolate layer on top) the rest he gave his mum to keep in the fridge. And I am quite sure it will go into the bin tmr morning... I think the little boy prefers creamy sinful cakes more that's why. ...
We decided to stay over a day to take in a few more sights. Besides, we woke to north winds at 20, 40 something degrees and rain. A good day to stay in port. Camille got a load of laundry done and I did some minor engine maintenance.
The sun came out and we went to town to tour city hall, only a block from our dock. Kingston was once the Capital ...
... went for a networking session. I spoke to so many different people, it was very exhausting. But I learnt a lot.
Czech republic is right at the middle of Europe. There's just one million people. There are a lot of historical buildings and no skyscrapers.
Swedish people are more reserved and introvert. We have to reach out to talk to them then they will open up. Eastern and Western Europeans are very different. - Initially I told he was ...