Radisson Hotel Kitchener
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... year we had a surprise birthday celebration for Bill’s dad (75) and our brother-in-law Kevin (50). Each year the "Summer Olympics" are held with the games changing each year. This year we played Bocce, Ping-Pong, Crokinole, and Beer Pong (without the beer of course). We play in teams, with elimination rounds, ending ultimately with a trophy awarding ceremony. There are some fierce competitions between the more athletic ...
On The Road To London
Friday July 25, 2014
My dear friend Cara (I suspect everyone who knows her calls her my dear friend as she is the kindest, most generous of spirit person I know) gave me this beautiful journal to encourage me to put this journey down on paper. She suggested it might even encourage me to become a blogger! So I am writing in this beautiful book but ...
... Facing not only the misleading (or missing) signs but moreover experiencing the huge obstacles of finding my way around the couple of stairs I came across every now and then.
Usually there were escalators or ramps I could take, once I used a tiny elevator that nearly gave me a heart attack when I released the button and it immediately stopped in between the floors!!
I had almost reached my destination when I came across another elevator, this time ...
... says Chris. Poor little guy is really tired; you can see it in his face. He settles down when we turn on some cartoons. Chris says they aren’t going to stay long since he want to keep Adrian on somewhat of a schedule. They only stay about an hour, but it was nice to see them and to spend a little bit of time with the little guy.
Chris and Adrian leave just when the football game is about to begin. Hamilton is ...
... Medina/market and got a good taste of all the products they sell as tourist items. From there, we continued our walk to the Kashba where we had a wonderful Birdseye view of river and the ocean and the Rabat and Sale beaches. Then we got back in the van and drove to King Mohammed V's Moslem. The interior ceiling dome was stunning - intricately carved wood covered in gold leaf. The weather this afternoon was perfect for walking and exploring - sunny and warm. It was a great ...