Guest House On The Mount
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... pulled up to escort us on the march (sirens included!) When turning out of the car park our resident techie (Neil) who was acting as flag bearer decided that he was temporarily back in the UK leading the whole march towards the UK side of the road into oncoming traffic! Thankfully some others were more awake and quickly shouted for him to move over! The band headed the march along with Salvationists ...
... the glass doors and taking photos for now.
The mill store was wonderful-full of different types of flour and dried goods such as beans, fruit, baking supplies and pastas. Huge gluten free section too. Amongst other items, we bought a 50 pounds bag of Arva all purpose flour, 10 lbs bag of pastry flour (people are marveling about this stuff) ad 5lbs each of light ...
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Today was my moms birthday. She turned 25 again �� The day began with my sister Leanne, my mom, and I attending my younger sister, Sherry's, fitness class. Sherry bought her own studio this year and this was my first chance to see it and attend one of her classes. We had a great time and studio is really quaint. After a good workout, it was off to the mall to take my mom shopping. My mother is the ...
... in Rivière-Du-Loup at around 12:00am ET. The bus station in Rivière-du-Loup is, without question, the most luxurious of bus stations I've ever seen. In reality, it's a single tiny room with roughly 8 chairs and a bathroom. Most of the 40 or so passengers simply stood in the parking lot for an hour, when the transfer bus to Montreal arrived. While I was waiting, I listened to some music, and made especially sure to give ...