Kensington Riverside Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Back at home, a year and a half later, the adventure continues. I was re-reading the first few entries in preparation for (finally) getting this blog made into a book and thought I should clarify that we did not make it to Europe. All those places we listed are still on the travel horizon, to be saved for another time or perhaps another whirlwind trip.
Feeling homesick and a bit short on funds, we headed back to ...
... 100 lbs heavier than the Rockwood. Having sung its praises, we did have a little issue right off the hop which produced no small degree of anxiety and moodiness. On the morning I picked it up, the heavens wept and wailed like a banshee ***** and the back window immediately sprung a leak. Back to the dealership a mere five hours after I'd parked it. Pick it up the next morning. Park it. Banshee ***** shows up again. Same leak, same window. ...
... Still small but with some excellent beaches nearby. It was here I had my birthday and after mentioning it to the hostel owner in the morning he surprised me with a cake later that night while everyone in the hostal was having a BBQ. I had happy birthday sung to me in English, Portuguese, Spanish and Danish. This also marked just over a year of travelling for me, maybe you will remember the cake that the lovely people from Vietnam made for me last birthday. A ...
My restless husband pushed me to complete projects for art shows ahead of schedule so that he could get on the road once again. The Winnabego View, our downsize from the Monaco Diplomat, proved to be a happy choice last summer when we made a trek back to see family and friends in Ontario. Poor Internet connections and a busy schedule interrupted that trip ...
... a theme here? Rush, rush, rush. That's been my life for the last couple of years and I'm beginning to think all of this pre-trip madness is my traveling magic already telling me things before I've even begun traveling. I need to slow down. I need to do one thing at a time. I need to be more mindful. I. Need. To. Be. More. Mindful. Ironically, or perhaps serendipitously, I'm heading to the Land of Mindfulness. Once ...