Executive Royal Inn Leduc-Nisku
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... a wonderful meal. Emily and I then headed back to the mall to meet Joey, Liselotte and Brieanna to go to the cinema for 22 Jump Street, the sequel to the hilarious and successful 21 Jump Street. On Wednesday, the two of us drove to Banff National Park. This is a 4-hour drive from Edmonton so we got up pretty early. It started off as a rainy day but once we got to Calgary, about 3 hours away, the landscape started to become hillier and the sun came out. Emily always mentioned ...
... tea in the morning, or Cornish clotted cream bought at Sainsbury's and smothered on sultana scones, or eccles cakes and stroopwafels heated over a cuppa; little luxuries that made being so far away seem like a grand, exotic adventure.
These are but two of the things I'll miss about London. I'm already missing the daily grind stuff, the stuff that became part of my routine: the sounds of an approaching Underground train, the little reminders to "Mind the ...
... calendar, I would not have noticed that we turned to New Year.
But I did not end up lonely that night. At midnight we gathered with some co-workers in our house to chat, drink some beer and champagne and at two in the morning went to bed .
At the Christmas time I was also really busy with selling our minivan. The registration was about to expire, I did not want to renew it, so I was offering that for sale. I found one buyer in nearby Edmonton, where I drove one ...
... shoes for stacie, so when we were at the till, I asked the cashier where Canadian tire was, as Crystal called saying bubba cups were there. The cashier started laughing, as she didn't think we were serious. found out it was next door to Walmart.
Afterwords, we went back to the hotel, and had drinks in the hotel bar. Then it was bed time, as the shuttle for the airport came to pick us up at ...
... for nothing. We went home. Rick made this most excellent pasta dish for supper. It's called Pasta a la Prn.... Means prostitute pasta. So good and so simple. I can hardly wait to make it at home. Some friends came over for a bit. The fella, Chris...his dad was a marine engineer in the Navy the same time as dad. Last name Bjolo. I can hardly wait to ask if dad knows him. Small world. Hit the sack at around 10:30-11:00. Talked to Bob for a bit then off to slumber land. I was ...