Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Kitchener
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... wearing helmets so there is no where to punch. Maybe rugby should get their guys to gear up a bit.
All in all... a fun day. This week coming we have more insanely hard uni, alongside a free BBQ, Cliimbing challenge on a man made net, wood, rope, chain, tyre thing, Niagara Lake winery tour, Lunch with out international mentors, and a Japanese story telling drama.
We are back at the gym finally. Everything is in pounds now ...
... thinking that it is a mountain. We turn right then left and then Uncle Matt suggests we go out of the city for a ways. I agree and hope that we will see something truly unique.. As we drive southward, Uncle Matt comes up with a brilliant idea to drive as far as Port Dover (a beach community on Lake Erie that is only 50 kms away. He directs Jim through the little town of Caledonia. It has the prettiest little bridge crossing the river. We must stop to ...
... taste of Dungeoness crab bisque on the City by the Bay water front, or native smoked pacific salmon bought and eaten right there at the Hwy101 roadside stand, or the wonderful Mexican dishes we have had but still can't pronounce their names.
Or maybe it is the time spent with each other, the good, the bad and at times the down right ugly, the hikes and walks and talks the early mornings or long truck rides, ...