Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Downtown
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... to happen but quite exciting when it does.
First the volunteers raise their flags to warn people the cyclists are coming and to clear the roadways ahead. This is followed by a lead motorcycle and lead car. Then the lead cyclists arrive followed by the pack further behind.
... in foreign countries and languages which were stressful at times, but have created wonderful lasting memories. Thank-you for everyone who has followed this blog I've written, and I hope you enjoyed reading it! For many of you, I'm sure we'll see you in the upcoming weeks (or month for those in Ottawa). As I've said in other posts, once I get Maggie's photos then I'll update the photo collection on this blog in addition to editing... For any die hard followers who care to ...
... I had not had enough already) I found everything from normal cold drinks such as cola right up to large bottles of champagne. However after looking at the prices of such items I decided to leave them be as even a bottle of water cost $9!! On top of all that there is even a laptop on the table for ones own personal use.
After what started out as a rather boring day it all turned into a great evening and one that I will never forget.
And that's it from another day on this ...
... has maple trees which it taps but it isn't a commercial operation for making the syrup. Maple syrup is produced in Ontario but 85% of the world's syrup comes from the province of Quebec.
The sap is tapped from the trees using spigots and then collected in buckets (or piped via tubing ) to the collection point where it is boiled to evaporate the water in order to produce syrup. It takes 40 buckets of sap to make 1 bucket ...
... was reflected so we never got an accurate fix as to where we were. There are electric trolley cars using the center lanes and every time they stop commuters would run through the outside lanes to either board or disembark. I think this practice is what has taught the residents here that J-walking is acceptable because they do it everywhere. Even on the busiest streets. Even the drivers felt they had the right to flip a u-turn anywhere they wanted. We felt like we were one of ...