La Mirage Motor Lodge
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... spa has spa treatments, and acupuncture, 3 pools including the Solarium, 6 whirlpools and state of the art Fitness Centre with classes including yoga, pilates, reflexology and tai chi. The fitness area has 20 treadmills, cycles, weights, steam room and sauna etc....sounds like hard work to me!!! A formal dinner tonight and an excellent comedian on in the four-deck high, 1350 seat, theatre…a very relaxing day at ...
... later we were free to relax for the rest of the day. We get the tube over to Central Park where we two bikes for an hour for $10 each which didn't seem too unreasonable. We cycled around the entire park stopping plenty of times to take pictures and enjoy the views. The weather was absolutely glorious making the bike ride even more pleasant. There were so many runners in the park it seemed like there was an organised run taking place, ...
... away or if we had to go through further inspection. We were all given the dreaded buttonhook test which passenger on the ship warned us about. Next was the Medical room. All of my family passed except my brother who was given a P on his clothing because he was short of breath. We had to leave him for now but I hoped he would make it through and be able to stay in America. ...
... pirates. The duct tape credit card I made. In cross-referencing the Camper's Village travel checklist, MEC travel checklist, Government of Canada checklist, and various year-long blog checklists, I noticed duct tape as a recurring theme. Google duct tape for travel and voila, you learn how to take an old library card and use it as a vehicle for storing duct tape.
Did a bit of research. It took a lot of time on the phone to notify all ...
Today was the day I started my 2nd annual foreign trip for Thanksgiving, gotta come up with a catchy nickname for it. After last year's expedition to Istanbul, I decided months ago that it would be smart to go to London, since Meghan would be studying abroad there and Mom and Dad could come visit as well. Didn't happen that way. Meghan ended up going to India for a wedding of a co-worker she ...