Glen Grove Suites
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... the principle get involved and be in the game as the goalie. The kids loved cheering for him. The male teachers beat the students but the girl teachers lost. Our last evening we had Sancocho which is a local soup with chicken, potatoes, carrots and yuka. They have it for celebrations here. The school also gave us Thankyou medals and we gave a little presentation about what we learned. ...
... the late 1800s when the Legislature was first formed. There were no women and it was hard to tell the men apart all with identical beards.
With the rise of women elected MPPs in recent decades they have their own gallery of every elected female MPP up ...
... we were out of bed but came in to say goodbye. It was a miserable wet morning and the worst day weather wise that we've had in Kingston. After saying our goodbyes to Carol and thanking her for her and Mike's great hospitality Michelle took us to the bus station for a 9:50am departure but the bus was 20 minutes late arriving from Montreal. It was a wet trip to Toronto. Denise & Mikaela dozed while I ...
After two flights, with a couple hours layover in Brussels, and a final car ride zipping through the traffic of Rome, we made it to our destination -- a lovely, and relatively spacious, apartment in the old Jewish Ghetto.
While the kids were exhausted, we settled in, managed a quick walk about, and had dinner (pizza of course!) outside at a local restaurant just a few steps away from our apartment. Famished and tired, we ...