Howard Johnson Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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This is my first attempt to use this blogging tool so don't be surprised if some entries appear and then disappear or seem out of order. I am learning as I go.
... along who was the apple of his eye! As for Mom, although as everyone knows, I was the "special" one, we all know once Christopher came along the dynamics of the house changed - he had a bedroom all to himself, kicking two of his sisters and his brother to the basement. Actually, maybe I wasn't the special one after all. It was so nice after 12 years to have a new baby in the house. Dad ...
... to customer service - another line where she put luggage tags on our luggage but did not take our luggage!!! Had to carry luggage with us with what seemed forever. Went to another line still carrying luggage where we had to do another kiosk and scan our passports and then surprisingly a picture was taken of each of us. Pid stood like a friggin soldier, Kayla's was a blob, I photo bombed Nikki's and mine was a blob while I was trying to take off my glasses. After that ...
... got our cell, cottage and house phones suspended as of the 25th. We have finished all of our vaccinations except for the Ducoral which the last dose is the morning we leave. Next week is all appointments... hair, nails, chiropractor, doctor, and massage.After much research we have decided to go with putting money into a joint Scotiabank account which is good throughout the Caribbean, a TD Visa/Debit card and our ...
Last night we stayed in Waterloo and then headed back into St. Jacob's. Mom had seen a documentary on CBC and thought it was a fascinating little community.
Sadly, the big market she wanted to see was open yesterday when we were at Pinky's and won't be open again until tomorrow. So we drove around the community and along some country roads as mom was looking forward to seeing Mennonites in their horse drawn carriages. We were ...