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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... around it, being surrounded by 'normal' Canadians was probably the most Canadian experience I've had so far and I absolutely loved it!
A small update on the weather: so far the temperature has varied betweeen around zero (which is close to tropical for me now, it means that you can actually go outside without gloves for 5 minutes) and -20something (which means that it is a terrible idea to go outside without gloves, a hat, a shawl and preferably some double layers of clothing). ...
... go back some time. We drove to Fort Henry instead and skyped my mum along the way. Nikki showed us where one of her friends fell in the moat there. Of course it was empty and he was drunk but he was there for two nights. Cheaper than a hotel I suppose. On the way back we picked up donuts and we made the Angel Delight for them that we had found in the British store. Today was our last day here. We are getting the bus to Whitby tonight ...
... may be behind you." Back in the air, not much happened for a long time (18th through 20th centuries) except turbulence, going to the bathroom, and tax-free cigarettes. Although a notice at Pearson had said that the airline no longer provided complimentary meals, they did give us a free dinner -- symbolizing broken promises, I suppose.
Because we were too cheap to buy ...
1. The dress was too loose, so I sewed it tighter
2. Alex helped me to cut and make the dress looks more tattered
3. Alex, Kim, Xin Yi and I carved our pumpkin. XinYi carved Wanting's fav jack while I did a Paul Frank one
4. We were suppose to eat Eyeballs and worms (aka meatball spaghetti) but there wasnt time, so Kim bought us Lasagna and chicken wings
5. Xin Yi overcame her fear of wearing contacts
6. We painted our face ...
When I was young, I know my limits (which can be a good thing), there's a distinct line I do not cross, because I know my parents are authorities that I cannot challenge. (But sometimes we break the rule). I do as they say, sometimes, they do ask me for opinions. But it's just different from how Kim "discuss" with Alex.
She shows a lot respect and trust for Alex. There's no suspicions. For example, when Alex ...