Executive Inn and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... were in English first then French unlike Quebec Provence where all signs are only in French. We pulled off into a little town for a refreshment and restroom stop and were most amused by two neighbouring businesses - you need to say this in your best Barry White voice "Mr Lube" and next door a service station called "Quickie". Sioux wanted to do the scenic heritage highway along The St. Lawrence River's edge. I always get a lot nervous when scenic diversions are mentioned ...
Friday 27/2 - Had a cheaufered look around Kingston today starting with Fort Henry and a good view down over the CBD. We could not get into the Fort itself as it's closed over winter. Back into the main street of the city then a walk down and back up the main street. We stopped half way for a warm up drink & food at 'Sipps' cafe which looked out onto a public skating rink behind the Town Hall. Only a few people skating and we ...
... s still cold. Michelle went to the airport about 3pm to pick up her brother and his wife who have been to Cuba for a destination wedding. Casey arrived back at the condo dressed in shorts and a T shirt. Obviously a bit warmer where he came from. About 4pm we headed off for Kingston. About a 260km trip. It was a bad time to leave due to peak hour traffic and the 1st part of the journey was very slow even though we ...
... people. I am not going to dispute this, except for one case: a hockey game (just to make clear, I am only talking about the players, not the public). It is an incredibly fast and quite a rough sport. I think I managed to see the puck for about 10 percent of the total game (and this is probably still optimistic). Also, there is a substantial amount of pushing and other phsyical contact involved. The game exists out of three periods, of which I spent the first one being amazed ...
... westerners, you'll have to spend more efforts to make yourself heard.
Once you've gotten credibility and trust, things will be easier. They'll treat you as equal and listen to you when you speak.
I don't mean that they are discriminative. Everyone has their assumptions and guard against "outsiders". It is human nature. I just have to learn how to break down these assumptions and be part of the group.