Red Carpet Inn and Suites Sudbury
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I had grand plans for today, but the frigid, Arctic weather front looming over Toronto has defeated them absolutely. I fear I will be going back to the mountain without having seen or done all that much, but I comfort myself with the thought that at least the crucial things were achieved here; and now I just need to wait for my fate to either happen or not happen. I am afraid of the wait, sick of it already, sedimented as it is ...
Check in and security was uneventful, they we went to the business lounge and enjoyed a drink and something light to eat while waiting. Once we boarded...I was shown to my seat and wow all I can say is "THIS IS THE WAY TO TRAVEL". My pod is comfortable and ...
It's 2006. My father died in January. My son turned 10 that week of the funeral. My husband was working at Dalhousie in Halifax. My promotion at work was announced on 06.06.06. It must be noted I was hired on 03.03.03. I have been waiting ever since for the next numerical promotion. It was 2006 and my new responsibilities that summer included a Governor General Nominee then Winner from Shambhala ...
... and shook her
head. “My God, the people there are savages. I heard that in Argentina, people
will come along when you are riding a bicycle and just cut your fingers off. Unbelievable.”
“That does seem unbelievable. I can’t think of anyone who can use
severed fingers for anything.”
“Well, it’s true,” said the husband, “I know an entire family that ...
... costs I'm at just over half what the first night in Pittsfield, Mass cost to be in a middle of the road hotel.
Aside from the stretch through U of T on University, things were fairly vibrant for a Tuesday night. Most places were starting to shut down around 11, but people were still out and about. Whereas in Montreal, the bars picked up at 11:30. Each city has it's own rhythms, patterns and collective way of doing things. The trick is to decipher that ...