Four Points by Sheraton & Conference Centre Gatineau-Ottawa
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... be just fine." Marlin stopped panicking for a few seconds and narrowed his eyes at me. "I'm going to go get my son. It is up to you whether you want to join me or not." I scowled but reluctantly followed him in pursuit of Mr. Ray. We made it to the edge of the cove and Marlin frantically searched for Nemo. I prayed that he'd be with the rest of the group, but sadly I was wrong. I spotted Nemo dangerously close to where the cove stopped and became open ...
... I said that I wanted to switch with someone else but he doesn't believe it. He says that no one ever wants him and no one will ever help him and all they do is push him away. The next day comes faster than I want it too because I have another session with him today. I felt so guilty and remorse for the boy. I know what it feels like and no one should feel that way. Now I am more motivated for our session because I will tell him that I know what ...
My plan for today was to go to the museum of Contemporary Photography. I have been looking so forward to this museum. I decided to have a sleep in and a slow relaxed morning before heading off. Today's forecast was -12 degrees. Thankfully it wasn't as windy as yesterday so didn't feel quite so cold, although still cold. I arrived at the museum to find it all closed. I went to the hotel next door ...
... genius and you should all get amongst it!
After being in Ottawa for a few days, I still hadn't really seen the city so Jenny took me for a drive around town. We drove passed the buildings of parliament, the old train station, the byford market, where a lot of the bars are, chateau Laurier which is like a Fairytale castle, and we crossed over the bridge to Gatineau which is in ...
... warmly greeted by the owner. The home was a lovely historic building with interesting decorations, artefacts and antiques in every room. We were 'upgraded' for free to the biggest suite with spa, etc. I think the owner, Jason, took pity on us. I must admit I cringed at some of the photos of the rooms on line when booking the place, as they were so not me...victorian themed, lace, georgian or elizabethan decor...french colonial....ugh! However, the eclectic mix worked on so ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center