BEST WESTERN PLUS Royal Brock Hotel & Conference Centre
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... sure everything was okay. All of a sudden they heard the Daddy jump out of bed. The Daddy said several words very loud that they had never heard before. "What is that about?" asked AJ. Before BJ could answer they had to duck out of the way and hide behind the chair. The Daddy was moving around the hotel room very quickly. This morning there was no shower and before AJ and BJ knew what was going on the Daddy had gathered up all his things, closed his suitcase, zipped up ...
... it had a really nice regional Museum with attached historic village! I was happy as a pig in mud!
One of the sites which I hadn't come across before was the wringer shown in the first picture - very similar in operation to the one Grandma had in Cessnock and, indeed, to the one on the old Washing Machine that my parents had way back in time ... of course, that one was motorised (and the one Gran had ...
... it. I'm also aiming to learn "hello" and "thank you." She very kindly included other pronunciation tips: 'w' is pronounced 'oo' (unless it's after g - then it's just w), 'dd' is pronounced 'th', 'f' is pronounced 'v', and 'ff' is pronounced 'f'. Welsh seems like a complicated language to read.
I finished The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry. It was somewhat sad, but very good and, ...
... to live there and were surprised they were at the top of the list to have a unit.
Time was marching on it was after 4pm and I wanted to ring Y2K Computers to see how things were going (they were still downloading the deleted programs it takes time to restore them) and I was told they would ring when the laptop was ready. Said our goodbyes to everyone the three of us weren't very hungry so we decided not to go to the Swiss Chalet we would have ...
... some distilled water to top up our second battery which powers our fridge. Unlike at home where distilled water is available for free at most filling stations here in Canada you have to buy it. The same applies by the way to checking one’s tyres and pumping them if needs be. No, you also must pay, usually a dollar, to get air for the tyres. And even then the hose is only connected to the compressor for a short time. Not exactly a way of encouraging
drivers to be safety ...