Holiday Inn Guelph Hotel & Conference Centre
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
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... able to see out the window," said BJ. "Yeah," agreed AJ, "last time we were on a plane we were in the suitcase in the dark. This is much better." The plane came to a brief stop and then, with a roar of its engines, started thundering down the runway and then took off into the air. "This is great," they said as the watch out the window. They could see the ground steadily get further away. "Wow!" said AJ, "we're in the clouds" The plane climbed up through the clouds until ...
The week was passing all too quickly, and time spent with friends was planned for Monday afternoon. We originally planned to hike but the sky was threatening rain so the large group of us that had gathered at the Milne's house decided to stayed there. Along with Meg and Jordan Milne, Hannah McCorrie and I there was Becky and Hannah Elliott and James Caudery (from Melbourne). We spent a really enjoyable evening chatting, playing games, cooking and baking, (or ...
We arrived, with absolutely no delay in traffic, at the airport at 3:00. By the time we had gotten the luggage out of the trunk and hugged MK (with only a few requisite reminders) it was 3:05. We were through check in and security and at our gate by 3:20. That was scarily too easy. Obviously this trip is doomed.
We are flying Aer Lingus, which sound slightly naughty, but I won't make a cunning pun as this is ...
... wants to put Marg in the Nursing Home section which would kill Marg. She loves her cat Faith to much and would go kicking and screaming. Marg wouldn't give up her independent living. I am so glad Mum had us three girls to be there for her and do everything it is difficult for Linda being so far away in Florida even though she rings nearly every day. We were about to go to Willy and Peter's unit across the hall when Marg's sister Florence and her ...
... that he might have had designs on the cyclist’s bike, tent or even cash. We hope we were proven wrong.
Pulling into the town of Dawson Creek brought us to “Mile Zero” of the Alaska Highway built in such an amazingly short time back at the peak of WW2. We had to check out their Highway museum too and take pictures of the Mile 0 road sign at an intersection in the town. There was no accommodation or campsites in the town so the helpful girls in the Tourism ...