Mary-am Hotel North York
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... which is good. Tonight Zia Giovana and Zio and came over after dinner. We watched home movies for hours and skyped dad and Nonna. It was good. Really emotional. Watching movies from their trip to aus, seeing my dad walking around with his arm around my mum, seeing him at my age with his Nonna who is 70 like my Nonna, it's so weird. Broke my heart a bit. Then just chilled out until I went to ...
... appetizers and large plates were for entres. After the initial confusion, we quite enjoyed the dinners. SKAGWAY We had two tours in Skagway! The first was a street car tour of the town with the driver/guide providing an interesting and knowledgable tour. She really did a great job of filling 90 minutes with a town of 900 people . . . very small town. She was very entertaining. In the afternoon, we took the narrow ...
... Wine offered only once (rather than continuously as is usual in Business Class) but that is probably a good thing. Another Premium class perk is the loan of an iPad and earphones. No in- seat or overhead entertainment system.
Rouge seems to be trying for a younger, quirkier image. Perhaps as a challenge to WestJet. For example, the uniforms have a Derby type hat and there is a insert in the seat information on crafts you can ...
... it easier and easier to put things into the sell/donate pile
e) gotten angry with each other over some silly item
f) found any other thing to do besides pick an area to clean out, post an item online, or actually walk out of the house with a donation bin
Notwithstanding all of that, we will get it done. After all, we can't take it with us!
Except this lamp, and that's all I need...
... of the so called comforts of life, are not only not indispensable, but positive hindrances ... ". Thoreau was not yet burdened with information, which is another kind of possession.
A classic experiment exposing the paradox of choice gave subjects an opportunity to taste four kinds of jam, and then choose a free jar of one of them. Another group were offered the same deal, except with 24 kinds of jam: the original four and twenty more. Later, ...