Holiday Inn Oakville
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... pay the highest visa fees. Still, Canadian fees are high enough. Ugh.
The kids are finishing school this week, as well. They have been assigned a "virtual" classroom and Ecole Forest Trail is excited about following Elizabeth and Jack's travels.
We hope that you are well and that you are enjoying the lovely weather.
All the best,
Jennifer, Paul, Elizabeth, and Jack
... officers sabotage authorities’ orders and pretend they don’t see punks beating the **** out of Maidan people, (Maidan is a term for Ukrainian Nationalists) who seek only a new clean, united democratic Ukraine.
The other day a friend called me with an invitation to join a local pro-Ukrainian peaceful meeting on the main square of the city - Maidan of Freedom. The purpose was simply to protest in numbers. I asked what the odds ...
... Miami flight. Landed there and after an hour of doing customs I called Luis, Albita's husband. This is a super paisa, super nice and talkative guy who arrived 30 minutes after we spoke and never stopped chatting. We got to Alba's work and I gave her a hug, but she was busy with clients and her boss or coworker seems to be in a bad mood. We left for the supermarket around the corner not to bother too much. I saw her a bit older, with more grey hair but ...
... we knew what to expect, but it's a good reason to pull over and use the facilities and stretch the legs. There's a great mining museum at the site too, Dynamic Earth. We didn't have time to see it as time was tight, but we remember the very informative mine tour. Obligatory pictures are taken of the Big Nickel and we're on our way again. Next stop: Sault Ste. Marie, or so we thought.
... game and we strolled a beach as a tall ship passed by. It was adorable. Boarded the ferry back after sundown and got to see the city lit up across the bay. Ric********** and I took the long way home and got to see the Redpath Sugar Refinery at work in Queen's Quay. Under flood lights, a massive excavator moves tons of the sweet stuff from a docked rusted cargo ship and dumps it into the refinery, creating sugar dust clouds.