Fairfield Inn & Suites Guelph
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room
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... Singapore. So, for the next 9-12 months I will be scooting around mostly Australia, with at least one other country in SE Asia thrown in.
I have rough plans until December, but after that it will be as the winds carry me.
The intention of this blog is to be a record for myself in the future and for friends and family to follow ...
... chatted amongst themselves. AJ and BJ looked around eagerly watching the comings and goings as people moved this way and that. They were not tempted to go exploring; however, as they had had enough adventures for one day when it comes to being left behind. They heard a very loud voice say: 'flight to Toronto is ready for boarding,' and with that their back-pack was hoisted and the Daddy went and stood in a line with his friends and many other people. They each passed ...
... the afternoon chatting and looking at photos.. They live in a beautiful apartment overlooking the harbour. After lunch went sightseeing and walked to the Eaton Shopping Centre. Had dinner at a pub, called 'The Fox' and then caught the train back to ...
... lovely meal there Marg enjoyed herself with another glass of wine so she will sleep well tonight.
Quick trip home no problems with putting Marg's walker in the car. Made up the Chesterfield for her and we all got ready for bed. Made sure Marg had her night time medication had a Dutch biscuit and drink checked Trip Advisor for units in Ottawa (Bit expensive there). We decided to stay a couple of nights at Algonquin Park then go onto ...
... arrive in the back of a passing motorist’s pick up truck who, after alighting and walking across to the office to check in, dropped a big logging axe out of his backpack which was handed back to him by the camp owner. He didn’t look like a lumberjack that’s for sure. When we later saw him befriending a lone pedal cyclist who also was camping there and audibly suggesting to the cyclist that he might want to share a “smoke” in the bush we had a ...