Prudhommes Landing Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and I felt I made the wrong choice taking this route. There were two passing brief rain showers but I managed to find shelter.
As I finally arrived at St Catharine's I could see a steel bridge at the mouth of the Welland Canal. However a massive rain storm now hit and I had nowhere to shelter out in the open
... jungle. The part I was in wasn't beautiful, but bustling and brash, busy and slightly bizarre. The streets were crowded: bright and gaudy advertising shouted slogans at passers-by, rattling street cars competed with the pounding music and tramp of feet and a cacophony of languages could be heard on one street or the other. I knew my destination and roughly where it was but was rather unsure how to get there. One train, a streetcar, lots of walking, a bus and ...
... when I was fourteen. Amazingly, I still recognized them and it was good to meet their children, now grown with kids of their own. It was a good crowd, with about 50 of us attending. Thanks for organizing this Sharon!
We arrived back at Lorraine and Harv's where they were celebrating Harv's birthday. Their two daughters and families were all there enjoying each other's company ...
... Rosine's favourite bars, Earls- we tried Toronto's famous cocktail a Caesar, a Bloody Mary with Clam juice, was really tasty. Left Roisin as she went for work, we went exploring further into the depths of Toronto. Headed to St Lawerance Market for lunch. Awarded the best food market in the world, sadly most of it was shut apart from one foodie who specialise in a Peameal sandwich. ...
... to go thru the HR process of posting it internally first. I thought with Christmas it would be quiet and my chances of getting in with nobody applying were good.
In the meantime I needed to look for a Condo in Toronto as commuting from the suburbs would be terrible. I had sold my last condo in 2010, left the money in investments, plus my overseas income. I was ...