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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I had to say that it was hunting for property. Her favorite moment was the howler monkeys at the zoo.
Always unsure if vacation is a true reflection of life in a different place, we are both quite sure that life there is better. Everyone we asked said that while there are challenges, the "work/relax" lines are blurred. The pace is slower.
We're healthier there, something we noticed on our first ...
... circle of about 7m diameter for exercise.
We taken into an insulated tent for a meal and a drink, there was two older dogs that were allowed in with us. Very well trained they liked to be patted. One was a genuine husky who had lovely soft and lush fur.
The dog sleds held two people with 4 rubber wheels. They were pulled by 6 dogs, in 3 pairs The driver stood behind the passengers. He had handle bar arrangement to control the front wheels and ...
... forward to getting behind the wheel. Sarah and I were back on the road today, travelling out of Thunder Bay and into Winnipeg. We talked nonstop and were in “Friendly Manitoba” before we knew it. The hotel receptionist, Frank, was far from confident when we asked if our car was safe in the sketchy parking lot, so we ...
... concert to have a cross country skiing lesson, that was fun! By the time we got everyone laced up in boots, worked out how to click them onto the skis outside, and stand up without falling over, they didn't have a whole lot of time to ski, but they sure made the most of it! I was too busy helping them get sorted out to have time to try it myself, but then again, I don't want to be hopping around Manhattan with a broken ankle, so perhaps it's just as well! Rachelle ...
... to coaching the grade 5 girls soccer team for an inter school tournament last week, to demonstrating some new Wilson McCaskill games to the entire school at assembly this afternoon. I've already had two and a half PD days, with another full day of meetings and planning next Friday. When I first looked at the calendar and grasped the fact that I'd be teaching 16 weeks straight between September 4th and December 20th, I wondered how on earth I'd deal with that. ...