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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
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... out there had been an explosion and everyone was evacuating the building! (Nothing to do with Rick and toast!).
Friday we headed out of town and after a while on the freeway turned off onto Route 33 which was beautiful! Vineyards and along side Lake Ontario. Part of the road was a free ferry. Drove through Picton and Wellington without getting our tyres wet! Spent the night at Kingston on the mouth of the St Lawrence River. ...
During the initial Air Transat hop to Montreal, I think someone opened a window, because as the outside temperature approached minus 50, the cabin temperature lagged only slightly. On the tarmac in Montreal, the rain came in. Some passengers huddled together to build a fire using items from the snacks menu, but they were not quite stale enough to produce much warmth.
The re-enactors at the Fort did some mid-19th century drill, which was cool -- but, of course, there would have been no women in the real British Army back in the day.
Not as soldiers, only as the few official wives (evidently only 6% of the Privates were allowed to get married 'officially' ... their wives and children were moved with the Regiment when it was relocated - anyone who was married unofficially, well, their wives ...
I can't believe how fast time flies.
I am already preparing for my departure from Kingston.
I really really feel very accomplished and satisfied with my exchange experience. I went through all 4 stages of Cultural Adaptation.
1.The Honeymoon Stage
2. The Conflict Stage
3. The Critical Stage
4. The Recovery Stage
The Honeymoon Stage
- I was excited about everything- Busying ...
... and homesickness to themselves. She's right, there's nothing shameful to admit that your exchange program isn't perfect or even far from expectations.
I dreamt about the carefreeness and the peace of strolling down big empty streets alone against the sunset in the evening. Right now, instead of feeling peace, I felt emptiness. The moon in foreign country is definitely not rounder. It's the same damn moon. Everyone here says that they are going to be super patriotic ...