Old Mill Toronto
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Having visited so many palaces overseas recently this felt like our own both with its design and artwork. The building is open to the public daily so its worth a visit and not to be overlooked as I had done for so many years. ...
... br> like a rescue centre or refugee camp. Hopefully within a hour we will be
on-board and away. My biggest worry now is that I miss the ship in Vancouver,
wish me luck!!
at times like this that i really wish I was on my bike as things like this
would simply never happen and one has no booked times to cater for. Certainly
from now on I am taking my bike on such adventures!!
night from the VIA Rail sleeping centre in Toronto!!!
... Went to PNB to deposit a bit more money we can withdraw from Philippine banks. Saturday - 7 days to go - Figured out the tshirts to bring - started a good housecleaning Sunday - 6 days left - continued house cleaning. started organizing the electronics Monday - 5 days left - finished packing all the clothes, so the suitcases are all packed, but I will go through them one more time to be sure. Tuesday - 4 Days to go - not getting much done today, visitors from ...
... driving, accompanied by my Sat Nav, Thomasina. Unfortunately, she didn't know that part of the M56 was closed, and it took me two hours to arrive back at my starting point. Fortunately I got hold of Sarah on the phone and she was able to give me a new route and I arrived in Reading at 6:00 p.m. to spend two nights with Rosaleen in her new, and lovely, flat with a view of the Thames, including ducks and swans.
August 4th - off to London on the train ...
... famed for inventing the Crazy Cookie, it’s almost a cake but in the shape of a cookie. The table mats in the cafe are laminated newspaper reports of his success story, and describe a deal with a national supermarket that could have made him a millionaire. However the talks fell through and now he tends his store dreaming of what could have been. We parked next to the bridge that crosses the Ganaraska River. 20 or more anglers lined the bank while the river boiled with salmon. ...