Hotel Gouverneur Ile Charron
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... city was really quiet and empty (probably an effect of the combination of winter and hoildays), which was weird, knowing that about 1.5 million people live there.
On saturday I went to Kingston (this is where I am actually going to study, at Queens University) by train. I had to be at the station at around 8.15am, which meant getting up at 7am. The did not prove to be a problem at all, as I woke up at 4.30 due to the jetlag and did not ...
... out who he is..,still have no idea:) Off to the game. We climbed the escalators to our seats in 322 at sat back to enjoy the game. It was awesome! The crowd was really into the game and Collin was screaming and jumping up and down. There were some very bad calls by the refs and one goal was called back, but they still won 6-3. Very exciting!! We met up with the Powers after the game for the walk back to the hotel. Again we split up for an hour or so to chat and then to ...
The Canadian Football League may well be to the NFL what the SPL is to the Premier League, but it was actually entertaining to watch. An added highlight was the bilingual commentary, often neatly sandwiching a player's name between the French and English description, "Porteur du ballon: Rodgers, the ball carrier...". Montréal Alouettes had only their second win of ...
... was open, and here a pharmacy is so much more than Australian pharmacies. They have EVERYTHING. So I managed to get some dinner things and cheaper than the supermarket! We ran home in the rain and hung out in our room watching PBS for kids and all the adds and "sponsors" that accompany PBS. Just want to say that I really love reading all the comments people are writing. Makes me feel as though I am really telling you the stories each day and that I'm not so far away ...
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. 2. Line two 12-cup muffin tins with paper liners. 3. Cream butter until smooth. Add sugar and beat until fluffy. Beat in eggs. 4. Combine flours. Amplify butter/sugar mixture in 4 parts, alternating with milk + vanilla. 5. Spoon batter into tins; bake about Twenty or so minutes or until tester/toothpick is developed clean. 6. Remove cupcakes from pan and cool on rack. Vanilla Icing: ...