Travelodge Kingston LaSalle Hotel
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... to consider. The feeling of wanting to make decision but worried that I might offend or upset someone else...
My tailbone really hurts when I tried to do core exercises.
This really sucks. Why couldn't I walk the stairs properly. Damn it.
... rude/ loud/ acted up, when you wanted to help me with my books.
I appreciate your help really, and I know you will do whatever you can to help me.
But I just felt pressurised, because when I asked you for help I merely just want you to spend a little time, see if it's possible to find it (without too much effort), I don't want you to spend money and too much time on it.
For this exchange program, studies aren't my priority. I ...
... when he overdid it he will get dizzy spells, I was very worried.
When we are back we will do light gym and plenty of hill climbing and recreation sports okay!
Time will fly (trying to be a time optimist). Look it is already 3 months left! I really can't wait for the day I can hug you tight again.
... calling it a day at Newboro lock # 36 at mile 87. We stopped early again, about two o’clock, to rest up and maybe do some shopping in the small town of Newboro. We biked about a half mile to town to find two restaurants and one shoe and clothing store. Kind of a dud.
We had another beautiful day, though. Charlie got a bath on deck in the warm sunshine so he’s smelling sweet again.
... s Marsh (if there were a channel through St. John’s Marsh). The next part was like Black River upriver from the country club, only a bit deeper (but not by much). Then we went through farm country with cow pastures and cornfields. The channels are narrow but very well marked. So well, in fact, that a chart is almost unnecessary.
Our first set of locks was a flight of three. Flight locks are where the lock opens ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services