Monte Carlo Inns Markham
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... have the most beautiful view point in the country. Though, the mortals don’t know that it is a dangerous place to be and that there is far more depth than beauty in its history...
Adelyn houses the greatest immortals of the world. Hidden by the powers of the Immortal Dome, regular mortals would not have the slightest idea that this city exists. For the past ten millennia, Adelyn has been concealed, but much life still roams inside its magical ...
It all happened in the Land of Doom. A place where nothing went by safely. In fact, nobody has ever crossed the whole land. Everyone who lived in this land of trouble was afraid. Afraid of something that lived on the other side of the land. An evil spirit who ruled over everything. It was in this horrible world that a brave soul inhabited. A little child who knew nothing about this dreadful land, but went ahead and thought he was safe and defended. This is the hero of ...
... lot of places to fish, food supplies are almost limitless but the ruler is evil. The villain
rules with an iron fist and is cruel and mean to his people.
The location of the hero's home is Northwest in
the (almost) center of the left handed by the left handed island. Northwest would be over the Forever Sea and over the North Steppes, through the Fobe Lutimadi and into a warm and ...
... Unfortunately, at the very second we arrived the men ran off the pitch because of the threat of lightning strike on a metal stadium. The very second. Prettty ironic eh?
This week I’ve checked out the interior of several libraries and enjoyed the delights of Chai latte to caffeinate my brain. Yep, that’s right, it’s deadline week! Turns out the Uni’s pretty old school, with traditional archives almost off of who do you ...
... to see them, catch up and share about the eastern parts of Canada.
I'm going to have to make sure I get up this way more often. All things considered, Toronto is the same distance as Nashville and even Halifax is close than Austin, TX.
Finally met up with another GS rider who is heading out west. Always good to swap stories, techniques and what got. GS riders stick together.
Finally heading for home in the morning. Not sure what it's going to feel like to be back.