Rosslyn Inn and Suites
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... chicken, pasta primavera, dill mashed potatoes, steamed carrots, steamed zucchini, garlic shrimp, cured salmon, a couple types of rice, a big cracker/cheese display, several fruits, and some fantastic desserts
We pretty much stuffed our faces. Then we were treated to a neat stage production called "The Last Romance", and it starred Jamie Farr. If you don't recognize that name, he played the cross-dresser on M*A*S*H. Apparently, ...
... staying home :-)
We made it to the airport with no problem, parked at our usual Park n Fly and headed into in for a morning Starbucks treat!
When we got to Toronto we had a great supper at Freshii and sat and relaxed. When it was close to boarding time I sent Jade to see if the sliding glass doors had opened for us to head into that area. What she found out was that we had to go out, through customs and security and come back in. I haven't run since I broke my ...
Greetings! You've probably come to this blog because you know one of us through Facebook, but if you've just stumbled upon it by accident, welcome! We hope you'll enjoy this travel blog of our epic and eagerly-anticipated trip to London!
We are Linz (Lindsay) and The HIV (Aidan), a pretty boring married couple in our late twenties, with no kids and three cats, tucked away in a weird but wonderful corner of Old Strathcona in Edmonton, ...
... so many others have in the past. It’s a nice gesture, in my opinion. It takes just about an hour but we are packed. It leaves us time to relax and not feel rushed to get to Toronto to catch our flight home.
We come downstairs and Aunt Liz has prepared us a breakfast of bacon, eggs and toast; naturally there is a big pot of coffee too. We visit over breakfast, and recall our trip and all the things we accomplished, along with ...
Another great sleep in Wallmart car park. We found a nice park nearby and had breakfast there before going to the Ukrainian museum of Canada. It was a little tricky to find but once we found it we were let in by a lady who proceeded to show us around a hall and tell us all about the facilities, completely unrelated to the museum. She then asked when we were getting married, Sarah and I looked at each other in complete confusion. ...
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