Monte Carlo Inn - Brampton Suites
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... the train is considered an essential service for the small somewhat isolated communities along the route. With three engineers in each train, the standard in Canada, two are working the navigation nod engines of each train and one works with services around passengers. On approach to a flack stop it still is the duty of one engineer to climb out the door and climb down the ladder of the slowing train and hop off the train onto the platform. There are no ...
... taken back to the green line which went above and the below land level. The last was heading in my direction and it turned out the man lived in her condo unit. Small world! They made friends with one another and I followed the woman in the direction I needed to go. "College Station" was called as I departed and have thanks. Phew, almost to my destination. Eaton Chesea, here I ...
... the connection in Houston went smooth as butter. The airport has implemented a new automated system for Americans and Canadians meaning that nobody even batted an eyelash at my new stamp collection.
The second leg to Toronto went off without a hitch and now I'm back in Canada. It's a bit surreal being back in Brampton, almost as if last ...
... him, shook his hand and grabbed the pack.
The rest of the check in went smoothly and I still sat at the departure gate for 15 minutes before the Air Canada cabin crew started the boarding calls.
I guess I’m a bit out of travel practice and this was a quick reminder of the attention to mental check lists that travelers, especially those traveling alone, need to employ to avoid losing items.
... Sarah & Ryan’s house and went for a swim. It was a modern and well looked after swimming pool and Jenny and I both enjoyed doing some exercise.
We enjoyed our time chilling out at Sarah and Ryan’s place. They have three cats which made for some hours of amusement, see photos for pictures of two of them. The ginger cat, Whiskey, liked to crawl around on his back whilst pulling himself ...