Holiday Inn Oakville
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... to catch up with Mat and Mum and another day is done. Thanks Sharon (and Amy) for a good day out.
Thursday 23/4 - We visited Casa Loma (Spanish for Hill House) today. It's a 98 room Gothic Revival style house and gardens built on an escarpment in midtown with impressive views over Toronto CBD. It was built by a wealthy business man Sir Henry Pellatt back in 1911 - 1914. It was the largest private residence in Canada. It was very impressive ...
... had been full, but not
uncomfortably so and it was possible to sit and think without feeling crowded
The skiing had been good, the change that it had been, but there had
been no fresh powder and the snow had only been good in the morning. The rest
of the time it had felt rotten under the sun.
The beer had been overpriced but he wasn't upset about it. He was happy
just to sit with the beer and think about ...
... do at home!! We then broke down in to small groups and the girls could ask us anything they wanted. I had a group of lovely 13-14 year old girls who had lots of interesting questions about puberty, sex, education, and Canada. We had a great time. Tomorrow we are off to the leper village again and have the afternoon and weekend off. We hope to go for a swim at one of the local hotels on Saturday and find a way to watch the final FIFA game on Sunday. So, lessons ...
... reserve, touring Johannesburg, and a relaxing vacation at Sun City.
It is my plan to blog throughout the trip and upload pictures as much as possible. The internet connections and electricity are apparently not that reliable so I will do my best.
We are sooo excited about this trip and sharing it with our friends and family!!!
... clothes we had and had to buy gloves and hats. (I chose a touque over the beret that all Parisian men wear). Weather aside, Paris is Paris, and you just can't help but be enchanted by the city. We're excited to be able to re-visit so soon after, but hope that Mother Nature will be kinder this time around.
After Paris, it's on to Bangkok, where we guaranteed to feel the ...