Country Inn Oakville
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... now the end is near. On Friday, we will reunite with Maggie and move up to our favourite place on earth. We are so looking forward to relaxing with friends and family.
Visas remain the biggest "job" to finish. I have decided that visas are the biggest money grab out there. I guess we should be glad we aren't American. There are many reasons for that, but I just learned that Americans ...
... hood undead and so much more... i did my best not to scream, however that failed when the dead sleeping beauty suddenly got up and came at us. Jase laughed the entire time, while trying to absorb all the detail of the scenes... i ran in what i thought was a controlled, strategic zig-zag away from the characters who were chasing us... but apparently it was more in circles straight into the path of the next terrifying character, while screaming and flailing limbs.
... point after the sun had well and truely set we were finally liberated and allowed to even exceed the speed limit with some considerable gusto and arrived at "Country Produce" to pick up supplies. While the adults were doing that the kids found the pumpkin "field" out the front and fell about laughing at the grand variety and size available.
We arrived at the cottage in the pitch dark whereupon in a matter of ...
Armed with our 180+ page Clipboard of Fun (CoF) full of daily itineraries, hotel reservations, prepaid tickets, National Park activity booklets (this has to be educational as our daughter is missing school for this trip), Groupons and other coupons, we're ready to hit the road.
As we're already 15 minutes behind schedule, we stop at McDonald's to pick up some breakfast before hitting ...
... price that you pay, not even in the 'dollar’ stores, since the sales tax is then added onto the final price and if you’re dining/drinking out, a tip is also expected, which bumps up the listed price by upto 30%. The second annoying thing about Canada, is that banking is not free, it costs you money to withdraw money, use your debit card and make fund transfers.
All the travellers that I have spoken to have said how long it takes/how tough it is to find work ...