Mary-am Hotel North York
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... would have an adverse impact on the communal lifestyle. There were lots of the Mennonites milling around the station when I arrived, the girls with shy smiles beneath their black bonnets, the menfolk with deep, sombre gazes, the babies being very well-behaved as they were heaved from embrace to embrace. I wanted to take a picture of some of the men in communion, their hats and pipes nodding ruminatively, but, still thinking they were Amish, I ...
... actually relaxing. I carefully set out my towel to sit on. I smoothed out each individual wrinkle because I’ve always been known to be very meticulous. My heart was pounding to the rhythm of the pouring water while I cautiously walked nearer to the waterfall. I've heard stories about people being swept away by the rushing currents. I was getting more nervous as I walked nearer to the waterfall. All I could hear was ...
... s a 767-300. An OJ to start, followed by a newspaper, a gin and tonic and then dinner. Went fish for everything, including blackened cod for the main [not much taste to it]. A smaller cheese tray--or more port--would have been better balance to the meal's end.
It wasn't even 1915 and I bagged out. Had a poor sleep the night before and by midnight or so brekkie will be in the ...
... we gave up! and after a nice lasagna supper and dessert of assorted tarts....(chocolate, apple, butter and berry) we headed for a nearby hotel for the night. Gloria was trying to get us to stay, but even at half the cost of the hotel, which was her final offer, sleeping on the couch and floor were not at all enticing....We told Mike and Gloria (Dad and Mom) that we would call at 9 the next morning and meet for ...
... Kalmu Beach Park) - it was a small fishing village that was in the direct path of a massive lava flow back in 1990 when the Kilaueau volcano erupted. The lava completely destroyed the village and buried everything under 80 feet of lava. It was very eerie and very sad to know that underneath the lava was an old fishing village - houses, roads etc. all buried underneath your feet. They had pictures posted - one picture showed hot burning lava running down the road. ...