Peterborough Inn & Suites Hotel
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... ladies quality shoes takes up over 1 acre. Yes, Kaye was salivating. The Imelda Marcos of Mandurah was in raptures.
While just walking for short distances between stores Kaye and I although wearing beanies, snow boots and overcoats didn't wear scarves so our faces froze. I mean you felt like the lower part of your face froze off. I couldn't move my cheeks as they felt frozen solid, you could tap them like wood. Quite painful, it was ...
... 20 minutes by going left when I should have gone right at one intersection. Doh! I know I said that Canadian drivers are courteous and they are, however the speed limit on their roads is 100km/h and I was told to drive at 115kms/h, this made me the slowest car on the freeway. They all drive at about 120km/h and this seems to work. There were police patrol cars along the way but they didn't seem to be focussed on the speed. ...
... sculptures everywhere they have an ice castle which you walk through. They also have activities in the park including toboggan rides, hot spas, sleigh rides, dog sled rides, ice fishing, ice canoe races. Also they spread maple syrup on walls of ice which you roll up with a wooden Popsicle to make a maple syrup Popsicle, mmm delicious.
Also so along the street Hennessy brandy and other Liqour makers have ice stalls with ...
... font-size: 17px; line-height: normal;">There is a canal built through the city which is frozen and the public go skating, they also set up food stalls on it and eat things like Beaver tails. These aren't what you think they are, they are actually flat croissant type pastries shaped like beaver tails covered in things like maple syrup butter, or Nutella, Apple and cinnamon, lemon and brown sugar. Very tasty and fattening.
... weeks and to are horror we was painting plant pots. I didn't think I would ever hate a paint brush so much. Luckily that was only for a day it two and then we got stuff into doing what true Canadians do and chop down trees. They had a few aches and it was mainly just trees, so are job was to make room for more plants and vegetables to grow. We must of chop down close to a thousand trees. We didn't really do much else here apart ...