Pines Motel

Address: 395 Centennial Parkway North, Hamilton, Ontario, L8E 2X6, Canada | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Ainslie Wood West area of Hamilton, is near Hamilton Museum of Steam and Technology.
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A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Aug 18, 2014

... nibble. No circling over Trawna, heading straight in for a change. Had filled out the customs' declaration on the plane, only to realize I'd dropped it as I was heading off. Carried on and filled out another before getting into line. No matter really as the luggage was very slow.

Eventually bag appeared as did the Park 'n Fly van. An hour plus later had me home, greeted first by little Tabu.




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OK it's official... SHE is OCD!!!

A travel blog entry by pandcjs_travels on Jun 15, 2014

12 comments, 3 photos

Twitch, Twitch... lunges at the door like a dog who needs the toilet..
For heavens sake woman... we have 2 hours before her next session...
But no... we cant relax... it is only 15 min drive to the next venue...

Breakfast in the hotel...

I finally give in and we head off to meet up with more of the group for her to do some Plein Aire drawing... sit in the middle of the pavement and do artist impressions in central Dundas..
Arrive ...

Snow and yoga

A travel blog entry by obrillips on Feb 05, 2014

12 photos

not too much has been going on... we've been enjoying yoga and the snow.
Today our afternoon classes were cancelled due to a snow storm... so we went and played instead. The battle was fierce, the ammo was endless, the forts were stable... it was a good day.

As for yoga.... ...

Halloween

A travel blog entry by obrillips on Oct 31, 2013

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So... Wednesday night it was the M.I.X (McMaster International Exchange Club) Halloween party. We dressed up in our scarecrow costumes/ wrapped burlap sacs around our heads and played with some face paint then walked to the party. It was so strange. We looked creepy as but people didn't even blink when we walked past. They are so used to monsters walking around. We saw all kinds of crazy costumes walking around... but ...

African Wild Safari - Go Wild!!

A travel blog entry by east2west on Sep 02, 2013

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... The next show we saw was the elephant show. It was incredible to see their strength, agility and intelligence. We even got to ride on an elephant! That was so much fun and I personally think, it was the best part of the African Lion Safari adventure.    Our last tour was the "African Queen" Boat Cruise. It was a very quiet and peaceful tour around the Water Safari Lake. The captain took us around ...

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