Hilton Garden Inn Toronto Airport West/Mississauga
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... let me apologize for the helter-skelter nature of our blog this time. The combination of little or no wifi aboard ship or in the ports along the way, plus Jim's learning curve, on-the-run, with the new blog site, have made it much more difficult, than we intended, for you to follow our adventure. Also, our camera-to-ipad connection developed a glitch about mid trip, so many of our choice ...
I have arrived the small town!I was very exciting cause I change a new book and wine.But today I a old woman which she said she can divine ,I told her my dream that I dreamed many times,she said she could help me explain the ...
With time ticking away to Mum's 90th
birthday, the drive to Mississauga from Nova Scotia meant we had to
use motels... But first we had to have a wet night in Fundy National
Park where the rain shelter bailed us out again. Low tide is still a
phenomenal sight – especially when you mentally think ...
I am not traveling at the moment thus the updates here are rather coming sporadically...
This evening I am going over to the convenience store in the hospital nearby, it is a close walk and cheaper than going to Rabba, so it works just fine with my cheapness. :)
When I enter the store I recognize the cashier who used to be there already when I was a student at my boarding school four years ago. He has not changed since.
I get my snacks ...
... s niece Susan and husband Steven. Hopefully, the air con was just in need of regassing; it had never been topped up in its 5 year life from new so we hoped this would be the reason and therefore not too costly to fix.
Talking of costs we find Canada to be by far the most expensive country of our trip, in almost all categories. Diesel is some 20 to 25% cheaper in the US than Canada where even in and around the bigger cities one has to whack out around $1.30 a litre. South ...
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