Residence Inn London Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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Up at 7.30 am in the car with our cousins off to Canada's Wonder Land what a surprise no one had told us so we didn't know what or where we were going but it seemed very exciting arrived at 10.00 when the gates opened and away we went there was roller coasters and rides sideshows it was huge they also had a section that had water activities slides and pools, we played all day left at 9.00 pm and got home after 11.00 very tired into bed what is going to happen ...
... be named after him for putting up with us but I think he is joking (I'm not) then we walked along the Thames River which runs behind the school which is really cool after the walk Mum went for some retail therapy and we went to the local pool. That night we had a BBQ played minecraft and went to bed. Hot day up in the high ...
... Dulcinea encompassed her self-doubt, distrust, longing, and underlying strength. Her voice matched the emotional intensity of the music, including a memorable pause, "What does he want...of me?"
Perhaps having one's "mind pushed to the edge" instead of accepting daily reality is a requirement for adding "a measure of grace to this world," Don Quixote's stated purpose when questioned by Aldonza/Dulcinea. What normal-acting person has affected positive ...
... the same of the play. Perhaps Coward needed a bit more of his character-recommended "suffering" in the writing process to strengthen the storyline. As Sorel noted early in Act 1, they should be "clever enough" to solve their problems, as should the script.
Rating: 3 of 5 stars
A long first day of my trip, but like the Bliss family, I'll ignore the inconveniences and hope to have no regrets, though not at the expense of others.
... of not reading maps too well.... In this case I was not reading a map which might've been the true source of the problem-- I was just going by the map in my head. Hah.... not a good plan... mind, when we saw sign that we were near Hamilton, Denis even wondered how the heck that happened-- true exploring, that's all.
We walked a bit of a beach on Lake Erie-- much smaller rocks and shells and a warning that the water was not safe to swim in-- lovely sand, ...