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Well.. we arrived !!! The flight was long and uncomfortable lol.. Flying economy is not for sissys !!! Never again. ( I said that before ) . Anyway... When we finally arrived at our hotel we realized one of our Hop on Hop off bus tour passes was for that day.. so even though we were exhausted we decided not to waste it and went into central London to see some sights. Had a ...
Sorry, but we have been off line since last Friday, when we arrived at my Mom's. we could have gone to the Library, I suppose, for internet access, but we were busy visiting with family, taking canoe rides, cooking up meals, attending reunions, washing and cleaning the Motorhome etc.
We did find that our new RV takes up the entire driveway at Mom's...and getting in and out of the parking site took some finesse, but ...
... and coffee industry while visiting there. We have completed a trial run to Agen where we drop the car by 9 am tomorrow and a good decision it was as the train station was a little hard to find!!!! It is raining and we are enjoying lunch in a local restaurant called La Boucherie. We will then visit the train station across the road. Challenge tomorrow is getting all of the luggage into the car and us to get to the railway on time. I think that we will be making 2 ...
Clouds of white smoke sat still, as though frozen on the tops of chimneys. Shivering, but not feeling the cold, I stood by the front window of Campbell's Drug Store, just down the street from Drury's Meat Market, my parents shop. An illuminated clock with the smiling Alka Seltzer kid lit the back wall of the pharmacy; a blue Royal Bank calendar hung beneath it. I looked at the watch my mother had just given me for my fourteenth birthday. Both ...
... of Quebec. Try to visualise a town in Quebec like Cap-St-Ignace and put a heavily waved landscape. That’s right! In fact, the landscape here is irregular and wavy that makes it surprisingly beautiful. All the houses or chalets (most of them are chalets) look like castles. In Quebec, we used to have the house close to the road, but in the country side of Alliston this is the opposite: Houses are used to be built far from the road which add a ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center