Residence & Conference Centre - Brampton
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... had many residences and even hotels. Two thirds of the islands are officially Canadian with the rest being American. One of the American Islands, Boldt Castle was constructed by an American hotelier for him and his wife but unfortunately she died before it was finished and he didn't want to holiday there without her so he eventually sold it and it is now a hotel.
We hopped off the bus at Kingston but found that there was actually ...
... reaction would be. I tried to keep the entries reasonable in length and interesting to read, creating the blog for two reasons:1) to serve as a archive of our trips that we can go back to and enjoy in the future and 2) to let family and friends know what we’re up to on our travels.
This trip proved to be a particularly memorable one for us, for a few reasons. First off, as usual, we ...
9 days to go until my plane departs for Southeast Asia...9 days!! I'm beginning to go through a mix of emotions. Excited, scared, nervous, happy, and there is a bit of panic setting in. 3 months can be a long time and it can also fly by. Will I get to see and do everything I hope to see and do? Will I make great friends along the way? Will I fall in love with Asia and never want to return? I guess only time will tell and in the meantime I need to start getting myself ...
... any box, stuck them on any shelf and emptied all the boxes out. So basically they have scrambled the entire contents of the room.
One of the reasons I wanted to come back from Korea was because I knew this was going to be a big job and only I could do it properly coz this was my own stuff. However, I noticed more ...
We arrive at around 20:00 in Toronto, when we were scheduled to arrive at 1835! The journey worked out well apart from the delays and we were pleased to be in Toronto. Our first impressions of Toronto were good until we met about a thousand hobos / tramps. One wouldn't leave us alone and when we tried to move away from him told us he could "rob us in a second, knife you then you and have your backpacks in a second". He wasn’t shouting this ...