Prestige Hotel Vernon
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- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... for takeoff.
The movie selection was a bit different than on the flight over to Europe, and this time I watched Jack Ryan, Hotel Budapest and one other that I can’t remember (probably because it was unremarkable). There were two choices for meals this time, Salmon and a vegetarian Pasta. Unfortunately the salmon was gone by the time they got to me so I had to settle for Pasta. The snacks included Ice Cream and a Cookie, along with a veggie ...
... flights and other arrangements are finished for the self-guided portion of my trip. Over the next month or two, I'll finish the home and pet care arrangements, financial and other details.
Everything seems to be coming together nicely.
Monday, August 18, 2014
Unfortunately, my trip this year has been preceded by somewhat of a personal tragedy. My dog "Lou", who's been my faithful companion for about 15 years suffered a sudden ...
Today was one of those lazy laid back days. The fellas did a little more hardware shopping and renovating. Heather stained some more wooden beams( ably supervised by myself of course) then we piled into the car and drove up Silver Star. Silver Star is 1600metres and a snow field in the winter. No snow up there at the moment but the air had a distinct chill and there were a few snow capped ...
2013 July 4 - Thursday
Unfortunately, my European adventure for 2013 is now almost at an end. In some ways I don't want to leave yet, but I'm also a bit anxious to get home.
As usual on travel days, I woke up before the alarm. I got my Packs arranged and organized for air travel and had a quick look at the morning news on CNN International. The headlines were exactly the same as last night, focusing on the "coup" in Egypt so I switched it ...
... to catch the end of the sunset, so I got to see the buildings in all different levels of light, which was amazing. I didn’t want to leave!
The next day I did a tour of lower Manhattan. It explained the beginnings of the city; about 10% of the city is made from landfill [where they create land on water]. The end of the tour included entry into the World Trade Centre Memorial, which was well done, and it sat amongst the new WTC towers that are being built (there are going to ...