Mariner Motor Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... people believe that the 400 series hiways are the Canadian version of the Autobahn....tonight about half a dozen cars that looked to be one group passed everyone on the 401, both on the left and right and even using the curb lane and they blew by us so fast we thought we were going backwards. Kind of scary....and this was in the rain! To top off the day, when we got back to our campsite in Nicholston, our gate pass didn't work....we thought about parking right in front ...
... RV, has a complimentary park for customers who purchased their rig from them. After checking into the service area, we got ourselves set up in the park, where we will stay until at least Tuesday. As luck would have it, The Hitch House is having an RV show and sale, which means free food, seminars, and discounts on accessories. Perfect, since we're getting the last few necessary bits while we're here. We even attended the seminar on towing to see if we could figure ...
... the eerie music was leaking from the streetlights again, making it seem as though the apocalypse had happened and the entire outside world had been obliterated.Time seemed to dissolve as I waited, folding back on itself and spinning into circles so I forgot almost whether it was the beginning or the end. Or perhaps it was that time was revealing the truth of itself to me as something wholly interminable, like a labyrinth, something that ...
... to skip my dinner altogether and instead tuck straight into the Baileys and cider on the go. I managed a couple of hours solid party time: lots of chat with random people (Ski Valet Guy! Next Door Neighbour Guy!), lots of hugs and kisses brimming with goodwill, a few dance moves, one cigarette smoked while staring moodily at the night from the vantage of the balcony (which I regret hugely due to sore throat this morning), drawing on people's arms ...
... who asks questions to learn, who exercises speech as a gateway to listening. It was a nice change of pace from the roaring chaos of my staff accommodation. Once we had drained our cups, we decided to go for a walk and drifted down to the harbour, Mark with his bike in hand. It was stunning by the waterfront; huge fingers of ice were jutting out into the far lake, sun was bouncing off the roofs of condos in bewildering flashes, the old Collingwood factory was all ...