Residence Inn Mississauga-Airport Corporate Center West
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Unfortunately I will not be able to download all of the songs (I love all these artists but can not afford this many music purchases - I should probably save some money for gas)... but I am looking forward to streaming them from the free wifi in the ghetto motels along the way.
... down there. Short shorty short, we were too scared and didn’t play. We did however stay in the casino for a good hour watching Shay deal with the blokes there, returning her initial investment 6 fold.
A group of us went to a pre-season NBA basketball game between the Toronto Raptors and the Boston Celtics. I thought it would be a sell out, but seeing at it was pre-season I don’t think the best ...
... have to make money." There went his tip. At 3:55 we final finish checking in. We are taken to our room. Well things are looking up now. The room is quite nice and the mini pool on the second floor has the most amazing view of the ocean. Time to try it out. We change and get in AHHH.... Until Ed get's out, slips on the smooth tiles around the pool, bangs his knee and sprains his big toe. Dinner was amazing. We went to Hakkasan, a Chinese restaurant that has received a ...
... bones. Many of these actually come from Alberta, but a fair number also come from Montana and other states; and it was interesting to see how many fossils were actually found in Ontario. I guess there were dinosaurs all over Canada. The mammal and bird exhibits are also interesting. I never knew that an albatross was such a large bird and that there are 350,000 bison that live in Canada today. I would suspect that a large percentage of ...
... and showers. There we set up our camp on a vast sea of gravel, next to some discarded junk and an old trailer. Not one of our better choices
at $16 per night, hot showers extra….
Relieved to get out of the Baby Nugget next morning we continued down the Alaska Highway and soon crossed the Liard River after which it was a short hop into the town of Watson Lake. Watson Lake’s main claim to fame is its celebrated Signpost Forest, a vast outdoor collection ...
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