Hampton Inn & Suites By Hilton Brantford / Hamilton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... and also seeing some of the home made soap that Carly makes before we headed off to Brantford Ecclesia for the Bible Lecture which they have on Wednesday nights.
Hannah M had been waiting a few months to see a film called 'Jerusalem' and we decided we would do this on Thursday before dropping Hannah DB at the airport. Hannah also kindly detoured via downtown Toronto so I could pick up my passport from the Brasilian Consulate, which I was so thankful to get back! ...
... in France how could we pass up a side trip to Paris, city of lights, and great shopping, and delicious food, and stylish people, and great museums, and. . . Well, you get the picture. And so we have a little time to plan, months in fact, but that in itself is much of the fun. What will we pack, what should we see, what should we do . . Well, you get the picture.
Now the planning ...
... Hope, if we get a move on. This idea is placed on the back burner because I remember about the African Lion Safari – that sounds like a whole day and it would be interesting. Hmmmmm. What is it that we want to do today since we decided to stay close? I remember that I have some cousins that I would like to reconnect with. Chris and Sam are my dad's brother’s kids and I haven’t seen them in 12 years. Since they are 27 and 29, I am ...
I have a close family, over the years we have certainly had our communication challanges, as all families do. Now how do I communicate with my new extended family, we are worlds apart both in behavior and looks, and obviously don't speak the same language! Kon inchiwa Japan! What will a kimono look like with my leopard skin boots? How do I tame my a bit over the ...
... me a cab. I had never seen a country with so many police and/or security guards, more so than police states. Ditto the number of police cars with flashing lights; must be the norm. Passed the area with the statue dedicated to the founding of Mexico City. My taxi driver did his best F1 impersonation. He asked to be paid before arrival and I obliged 170 MP. The trip was surprisingly fast. I was at the airport a good half ...