Holiday Inn Itasca (Woodfield Area)
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June 8-12 - Lodging at Albert 1 in Bruges
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... North district. The Sexton is a former cannery converted into roughly 250 condominiums, and the interior has quite an industrial feel to it - exposed beams and service pipes etc. Sarah showed us the two entrances to the building followed by a guided tour of their new apartment, which had newly polished timber floors to inspect as well, then we three ladies headed off - Sarah to work, Maggie and I back to Ontario Place for the deferred showers and to complete the packing duties ...
... Eve, and wished me well as I departed for Atlanta. I'm all packed up for 4 months in a new hemisphere. I've got an uber-mega suitcase packed with all the summer clothes I own (which isn't much living in Minnesota), a carry-on suitcase, and a backpack. In between all of my belongings, I've got American snacks and granola bars stuffed in any remaining pockets of air. Don't you think I'm going four months without my candy ...
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