Place Louis Riel Suite Hotel
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Thailand and that we needed help getting visas for him. We then waited, and waited he called then I called then I called again, finally she sent the how to get a visa document and when we read the fine print we realized we could not do New Zealand as it said you had to send your passport to Ontario and it was minimum 21 days and could be longer ummm that won't work as now we are just under a month till we leave! She then finally sent me the itinerary, the flights were ten ...
... was my fault as Jenny wanted to stay a bit longer in the motel room but we were all packed and ready to go so I just wanted to go. We have handed in the hire car. We hired it with 7954kms on the clock and handed it in with 11,013kms. So that is a bit over 3,000 kms around New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia. Add that to 5,120kms that we did around Newfoundland, it shows we have certainly done some miles. Jenny has done most of the driving due to her ...
... encourage you to touch the animals and pet them - with just two fingers. But how often do you get to do that?
After that, we went to Costco for gas. They had the best price for gas in town at about $5.00/gallon (1.234 CAD / Liter), but at least it was "real" gasoline, no added ethanol. I think we've stopped at Costco almost every day on this trip! and found they serve their frozen yogurt in a waffle cone! So ...
... go off out in the same direction. We found the park entry and carried on along the road. There was like no body around at all, and it was so quiet and much less built up than we had expected! We took a drive to look at some picnic spots and at beach area then found a shady spot to park up and have a couple of hours to chill out and have a bit of a sleep. It was a nice sunny day ...
... fav are Eric & May - seemly grotty yachties from MacKay - but when you get to know then they are really quite well off; then next is Jimmy and Ngarie from Boronia in Melb - more your working class couple and very down to earth - after Ngarie nursed her elderly Mum she willed them this trip; there is Colin and Fiona from the northern suburbs of Sydney - he is a builder and she is a primary teacher - they are quite dull and boring - I don't ...