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Today we were booked on a city tour and it was perfect weather for doing it. We started at Bellevue House, which was the home for Sir John A MacDonald for a short time. It is now the best example of an Italianate Villa in Kingston. He was certainly quite a man and had such a profound impact on us as a nation.
We then went to the Kingston Penitentiary. It ...
... islands cruise on a paddle wheeler and then do a trolley tour of the downtown area on Monday. So many of the cities here also offer haunted tours but we decided not to do one. Apparently many of the areas are known to have strange sightings and apparitions. Maybe we could have seen Sir John A McDonald on the tour. This was his home town and we'll see his house on Monday's tour. The town is very picturesque as the architecture is quite the French and ...
... and was entered by crossing a graceful ”ﬂying” bridge. The upper ﬂoors were apartments intended for use by the engineers, machinists and experts employed in connection with the Power House. These lodgings were appointed in a manner that would satisfy the master of most estates. The lower level housed three dynamos, each having 30 horsepower, which were used to provide power to over 500 lights on heart Island. Also located ...
... with the rushing water and staring at the land again and the canal below you. We made port that evening at 8pm and the owners insisted on inviting the crew along to dinner with the whole family. It was all I could manage not to fall asleep in my soup.
Finally Buffalo! Never thought I'd be so happy in all my life to see Buffalo, NY. 35 long days were finally over, the owners and family were flying out the very next morning and we had ...
Book by Susan Cain.
It is a book that made me realize my worth as an Introvert.
Extroverts derive their energy from their surroundings, they gain energy from social interactions.
But Introverts make their own energy, we give our energy upon social contacts.
Which explains why parties and networking events make me very exhausted and moments of being alone in a quiet corner help me ...