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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... and very dry sparkling cider. By then we decided that our cholesterol overload was enough and we skipped dinner. Today is another warm day on our drive to Quebec City. I suppose my only disappointment is that the town green, in three pines, is really a creation of Louise Penny. The small towns were very lovely and picturesque. But none have a central green. Nevertheless I can see how this area has inspired her. Au Revoir ...
... Cafe. On the 20th, it was Bromont. We decided to eat at the studio which is always fun. We had fall turnip and carrot potage, salad, steak & potato wedges. To accompany the meal, China Shop wine. French pastry and coffee. Then we had a tight match of Crazy 8's. Let's just call it even! Sept.21st - The next morning, a continental breakfast. Croissant, cold cuts, cheese, fruit, yogurt and coffee. It's on the Jay & Vanessa for supper. The celebration ...
... door at the Le Musee de Chocolate. Fruit fondue and cafe au latte dans un Bol. Excellent !! In driving around I found a cute spot to for a sleep over in Bromont. I checked it out and booked for the next day . Yup I'll return with JC for a bday get away . Before heading home Larissa and I checked out the shops at the Carrefour Bromont and as usual there were little findings on ...
Nous sommes aujourd'hui le 13 septembre, une semaine avant le jour J !!
I love Italy... The sceneries, the beaches, the weather, the history, the wine, the hot Italians, the food oh my god the food.. All of it!! Makes me drool! But of course most of all the coffee!
J'ai decidee de partir a Rome quelques mois afin de prendre une experience de vie, culturelle et professionnelle. Des mon retour je ...
... Vermont, though some say he was born in Canada.
During the Civil War, he served as quartermaster general for the state of New York, and was made Collector of the Port of New York in 1871.
He was the vice president to James Garfield, but became president in 1881 after Garfield was assassinated, after only 200 days in office. Though considered a ...