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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... with falling leaves, ducks and a beaver. It also had raccoons. After this we entered the sub-polar region with penguins, puffins, sea birds and large fish. There was a small tank with starfish and different shallow sea water critters. Finally we visited the fossil exhibit in the lower level. Here was a large fossilized skeleton of a beluga whale found 30 miles from the sea. It was found in a farmers field where, after the last ice age ...
Having left home at 8:30 this morning, I've just checked in to this nice & basic room - a little over 16 hours later. No major issues to mention but to start the modes-of-travel tally: Planes: 1 Trains: 2 Automobiles: 1 Buses: 2 Sleep beckons. PS - I should have written this in French to practice for the next few days here :-/ ça ne fait ...
... the kids down the metro stairs, bought a ticket, and waited for the train all for two stops I may as well have walked. So we did. It really wasn't far at all. But My back is getting so sore from carrying Adalia and my bag filled with drink bottles and nappies everywhere that I was happy to reach our destination. It's a little like Quebec City in that there are nice old buildings, and the road is cobbled bricks closed off to cars. ...
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. 2. Line two 12-cup muffin tins with paper liners. 3. Cream butter until smooth. Add sugar and beat until fluffy. Beat in eggs. 4. Combine flours. Add to butter/sugar mixture in 4 parts, alternating with milk + vanilla. 5. Spoon batter into tins; bake about 20 min or until tester/toothpick equates clean. 6. Remove cupcakes from pan and cool on rack. Vanilla Icing: 2 sticks unsalted ...
Late last night, as we were putting the last of our things into our backpacks and carry-on bags, Mario decided to queue up a few episodes of Naruto. "Naruto? Are you practicing for Japan?" I asked. "You know, when we're speaking to the Japanese, there will be no subtitles to ...