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... The check-in lady didn't have us down for a reservation and I explained how I originally had 2 nights booked. First I had booked tonight through Expedia and later I booked a second night direct with the hotel for last night. It turned out that we didn't need last night's booking because we just drove down from Brenda & Robin's place so I asked if we could cancel last night's booking in August and the room's manager at the time asked me to cancel ...
... to see more action on the blog front so I thought I better satisfy her desire for more action.
Paul, Elizabeth, Jack and I enjoyed a fabulous (like that word, Bill Friend?) party last night at our friends Brent and Sophia Taylor's house. The party served a dual purpose - my 40th birthday and a going away party. It was a ...
... armed with a fortune of $17 million, he drew up plans to build his dream castle, Casa Loma. It took three years and $3.5 million to build.
With 98 rooms covering 64,700 sq ft, Casa Loma surpassed any private home in North America at the time. Pellatt filled it with artwork from Canada and around the world. Unfortunately, Sir Henry's fortunes could not sustain either the electric power's shift to public ownership or the effects of ...
... com/travel-tips /packing-light/ricks-packing-list)
In my opinion, these are the secrets to packing light:
- Bring the minimum amount of clothing (maximum of 5 changes), and wash your laundry by hand as necessary.
- As much as possible, bring ONLY quick-drying and lightweight items of clothing, so that they dry overnight. The best items I had were the ones from Lululemon. Stay away from cotton, even for underwear and socks!
- Bring only neutrals, ...
... that the US seems to create in large numbers.
Better than anything in Australia, though ... as you might expect!
A nice enough display of the development of Anglo-French fashion in furniture from the Middle Ages through to the 1920s (with Art Nouveau and other stuff that you'd like, Jen ... but it was impossible to photograph as it was behind plexiglass for the most part, and badly ...