Econo Lodge Inn & Suites University
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... questionnaire sheet whilst the nurse stepped out of the room. This does not occur in Australia. If you put the "No" barcode on the sheet they will discard your blood. I stuck the barcode on and then the nurse reappeared with the blood bags and vials and printed barcode stickers.
I then had to sit there and watch as she stuck the stickers onto the bags. It was painstakingly slow and boring to watch. In Australia the nurse who sticks the needle in your arm ...
... I imagined, with a population of 1.2million! Luckily I'm only here for the one night as I fly into Toronto tomorrow. The only saving grace was the hotel which was nice and because they were short of rooms they upgraded me to a suite!
Thursday 11th September
I flew into Toronto this morning on West Jet, which I thought was ...
... myself feel better about our situation I had already prepared my opening statement but before I could say “I’m so sorry we are late, we were caught up in security” (a little white lie never hurt anyone…), the lovely and well put together British Airways gate agent said;
”Well…we wondered where you were. We really needed you here early to get the buggy in the belly of the plane. We noticed you had landed ...
... was all in Chinese with English as subtitles, so obviously the real McCoy. Howard asked if we could have a table for two. The Chinese lady said, "No, we only have Chinese food here". So I chimed in with, "Can we eat here?". 'Yes", the lady replied. And so we did. Actually it was a very nice meal. I had a noodle dish with lots of fresh crisp veges.
There does seem to be a quite a lot of getting lost in translation. For example, back at our hotel in Seattle, I ...
... be able to hang it in a hotel bathroom but the compartments that roll out can't hold a lot anyway. It's definitely nice when going for a longer trip and it can be stored in a big checked-in luggage and then easily hung (in a quick, neat and organized fashion). But for a quick 1-2 week or less trip, it takes up about 1/4 of my carry on luggage where I could be storing a lot more.
Rolling clothes - it definitely works to save space! ...