Days Inn Guelph
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... it had a really nice regional Museum with attached historic village! I was happy as a pig in mud!
One of the sites which I hadn't come across before was the wringer shown in the first picture - very similar in operation to the one Grandma had in Cessnock and, indeed, to the one on the old Washing Machine that my parents had way back in time ... of course, that one was motorised (and the one Gran had ...
... a lovely time chatting about anything and everything. It was a great afternoon one could forget about a laptop. The dutch nibbles Willy put out were really good. Willy explained how Holland Christian Homes started many years when two Dutch businessmen want a place when the Dutch residence could retire when they got old. They bought marshland and started building with the help of the dutch people. Willy and Peter paid $500 at the beginning and years ...
My trip to Oakville was a very nice one. I love the Lakeshore there, the view over the lake is breathtaking and stunning. Had me wanting to just go sailing right then and there. I am yet to do that, it is on my To-Do-List for this year...
The older houses around Lakeshore reminded me of Sylt, Germany, it was a quite comforting sight, to be honest.
Whenever I am away from home I suddenly jump and cling to almost all
small reminders of home, whatever I ...
Before boarding starts I am quickly connecting my phone to the Telekom(!) wi-fi to let my Mums' know that this time I have made it halfway already.
The flight to Toronto is a long one with its 9 hours but I find myself seated in the row right next to the emergency exit so I have plenty of space for my legs to stretch out. Out of the two movies I watch the first one is decent, the second one rather boring and lengthy. ('Side effects', don't watch it!)
... hay roofs, old stone walls and very small windows. Kind of how you would picture a houses many centuries ago or a village in a old, abandoned town. All in all I think Bexley is one of the best places to be in the entire island.
The next place we will stop at is Seven Oaks. It is the largest forest in all of Marmalia. It is located in the north near by Halegate and the Waterfall of Truth. Seven Oaks isn't your ordinary forest filled with happy ...