Holiday Inn Guelph Hotel & Conference Centre
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... the deep voice they had heard through the door. "We saw you on the plane." "You did?" asked AJ and BJ, startled. "Yes," said the Monkey. "We're traveling with the Mommy of our owners, are you doing the same?" "That's right," said AJ. "We are traveling with the Daddy of our owners, Aury and Emeline. I'm AJ and this is BJ." "Hi," said the Monkey. "I'm Monk, this is farmer Ted and this ..." "Is Percy," finished BJ. "How do you know my name?" asked Percy "We ...
... and after a few correct instructions we arrived, with Riley pleased to be out of the car to stretch his rather long legs :)
We were excited to see Hannah and the three of us set off for a walk. Spencer Gorge is a beautiful wilderness area with stunning waterfalls, tree covered pathways and swift flowing creeks (which Riley found out were deeper than they looked when he face planted off a bank into the stream with a mighty splash). There were many ...
... lovely meal there Marg enjoyed herself with another glass of wine so she will sleep well tonight.
Quick trip home no problems with putting Marg's walker in the car. Made up the Chesterfield for her and we all got ready for bed. Made sure Marg had her night time medication had a Dutch biscuit and drink checked Trip Advisor for units in Ottawa (Bit expensive there). We decided to stay a couple of nights at Algonquin Park then go onto ...
... as we were expected to put coins in the slot for a hot shower I registered my complaint at the office. I suspect that little if anything was done to rectify the problem as they were still the same after two days of staying in what was otherwise a nice spot.
We made a stop in the oddly named town of La Pas (pronounced as it would be in French). The town seems to get its name from the Pas Indian tribe’s name although the Crees were here first and still hold reservation ...
... we live in res we are pretty much constantly available for the summer kids, meaning they can call us up at 4am and we will be sure to talk to them and help them cope with homesickness.
I remember very well how hard my first days were at boarding school, being all alone in a foreign and unknown, huge country. I was scared to go down for meals in the cafeteria and I missed my family terribly, I was so used to my brothers always being around to talk to and play ...