Quality Hotel & Suites Woodstock
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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Woke up at 10, Eben told me not to go cos it was dangerous (well you could have said earlier, I might have listen.) But he said he didn't want to deny me of any freedom. He nagged a little which made me really touched and happy cause WHO DOESN'T LIKE NAGGING FROM PEOPLE? Rushed to school and ikhwan kindly brought my bag to school for me. Before rushing to RobertQ but there was a freaking jam. :( So ended up walking in the rain (heavy rain); I was soaked on the face but ...
Having a great visit with Al and Laura. Catching up on family news and travels past and future. All mourning the Blue Jays loss of a World Series opportunity but like all baseball fans are focused on next year. Bruce made an early entry into Halloween scary by falling out of bed and cracking the edge of his eye bone on the bed side table. Has a lovely partial shiner and ...
... I have mentioned this fact before !!!
Three nights ago (I think) I sleep by the banks of the mighty Mississippi River at St Cloud. I actually didn't realize this till I crossed the bridge next morning on the way out. Oh well....can't be on top of everything.
Sad to say that the scenery has not been that all inspiring for a while, hence the lack of pic's. The best I can do is show you my standard Paleo breakfast. Exciting I know.
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... President's Choice offered to buy the recipe. After a lot of thought, he turned them down, since they wanted to change too many things and toy with his creation. So, he's content with his corner café, a solid reputation throughout this part of Ontario and dreaming up more things in his kitchen.
Had we stayed on the Interstate system, we probably wouldn't have gone into Port Hope, Dreamer's Kitchen and any number ...
houses made of hardened mud are scattered about everywhere, and the “roofs” to
protect them from the harsh weather evoked by the cruel weather spirits resting
on the Montes Mountains are just bundles of grass thatched up to form a weak
ceiling. There are no sidewalks-just
dying, yellowed grass, flat with the heavy steps of the villagers. In the
Nothern part of the village lies a feeble animal pen, with just one or two ...