Hotel De La Couronne
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... itself was still a drama. Jean suggested a number driveway entrances, and
obvious no parking areas, whilst Andrew continued on. Eventually they found a spot nearly a km up
In the meantime I let myself into the
‘condo’, which consisted of three rooms, a tiny bathroom and tiny kitchen. I was greeted by a huge tabby cat who led me
to the kitchen jumped up on the table and demanded my attention. I noticed through ...
... goes on and on.I kind of thought i got out of the bus and i actually flew back to europe and i ended up in marseille!It didnt feel like i am in Canada!
I still got to do a few things in the city,its acutally a pretty big city with a lot of museums,nice little boutiques,lots of music and festivals and they even have a mountain *mount real*...which is actually just a little hill comparing to the alps back home.I miss it!!
... before. Also danced with defeated hope, than got to understand a more real sens of hope, Haitian style. This latter is something I really learned here, the power of hope. I shall explain more this later on.
So this last year gave me what it took to get in shape and happy again, and make this departure aligned with our initial objectives, which are to get to know foreign countries and cultures through the years. We made 4,5 years in Viet Nam, the ...
... out how he had managed to achieve this. We had a 5 minute ride to the cruise terminal, where our passports & cruise tickets were checked at the gate, then through to the ship's berth, where our luggage was taken from us and we were put through the usual, security screening & health checks. Our luggage expertly disappeared, was also screened and loaded onboard not to be seen again until we got to our suite. We were met at the gangway, ushered onto the ship, ...
... and by the end I was rather exhausted. It didn't help that as soon as you cross into Canada the speed limits drop drastically and change into kilometers. Driving 70 on the highway may seem fabulous until you realize that it translates to approximately 43 mph. The other obnoxious element was the constant transitioning from 90 to 50 (from 55 to 30). On a five-mile stretch they must have switched back and forth ...