Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Downtown
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... We crossed the border, had a look around and then had lunch before we went back to Canada, with our chocolate. If you wanted alcohol you had to stay over the boarder for 48hours.
This is our last train on our trip… then three flights before we are home. The train trip was only a little over two hours. The first thing that we noticed when we got off the train was …Ohh its cold. Geoff decides to get a taxi even though it’s not far but it’s dark and ...
... and saying how great it was to finally see us. After a few minutes we were joined by her son Joey as well. It seemed like we were all good friends that commonly met up, the conversation was flowing and a lifetime of catching up was done. It was a perfect night. We ended up drinking on Chris's balcony after last orders in the pub then got a taxi back to our hotel. Typically in this room we had for one whole night had a kitchen a balcony and a living ...
... onto the boat, you take a commemorative green-screen photo (that you buy for a price later) and a cheap bin-liner poncho that is meant to protect you from the beast that is Niagara. Of course the necessary selfies were taken, and we were on our way out onto the river. Being on the river itself, with the gorgeous aqua colour of the water is definitely a sight, and then the mist starts to hit. It is like you're getting pelted by rain, you would be soaked without that little ...
... Lego Movie, Bad Words, Calvary; Jeff- Noah, Bad Words, 300), and had dinner served to us of chicken and pasta. We tried to get some sleep, despite there being a lot of crying kids on our plane. We were served breakfast, and arrived in Vancouver around 2 pm local time.
We were both impressed with the Vancouver airport, it was very nice. We had to clear customs and pick-up and re-drop off our baggage, and we were able to do that with plenty of time to spare despite having a ...
Suarez became the centre of attention yet again... this time for what appears to be a shoulder bite!! Known as El Tiburon in Spanish or "The Shark", he performed admirably to help Uruguay defeat a Buffon-inspired Italy 1-0. Diego Godin's header took La Celeste to the Round of 16 at the expense of Italy and England.