Ramada Plaza Crystal Palace Hotel
Travel Blogs from Moncton
... They performed great on the little dirt bike where you don't seem to shift a lot and the hard plastic protection and water resistance is appreciated... Basically I hate them now. They are just too stiff. I found myself riding the rear brake because I have no feel for it, and in order to shift you basically shove your left foot under were you think the shifter is, then lift your entire leg up to shift. I found neutral instead of second many times. It ...
... I got the chain in order (over-lubed) with fancy chain wax.
I fabed up a little bracket to hold the iPhone or a GPS. I kinda wanted it up as high as possible but not obscure vision. The GIVI windshield bracket has many places available. I bent an aluminum bar around the bracket and riveted a wider plate to stick the industrial strength strength Velcro. I have used this setup for my phones for years on the dash of my Jeep. The test will be ...
... a short business meeting they adjourned to eat, drink and party the rest of the week [and talk confederation]. While nothing was signed or agreed to formally - they generally agreed that a united Canada would be a good thing. Later that year in Quebec City the details were agreed to and they drafted the British North American Act that was passed by the British Parliament and signed in London creating the Dominion of Canada on July 1, 1867 which is celebrated ...
Nikita had been to the airport early and so was back and sleeping by the time I got up. Cohen was watching a quiet movie next to her when I made it up to the lounge and so I joined him in watching Snow White. We munched on trail mix for breakfast.
Around noon we were arriving at my aunt Eva's house to see pictures of Erika’s wedding in the Dominican Republic. It was a brilliant advertisement for having a wedding with that format: ...
... our ride back at Mas Albas which is where we started. We unsaddled the horses, put our tack, saddlebags, grooming kits and extra horseshoes away and then took the horses down to the big pasture to let them go and say good bye. I had saved some sweet cookies from lunch and fed them to Senegal with many pats and thank you's for taking such good care of me. He really was an exceptional caretaker of a sore, middle aged Canadian woman on her first horse back ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center