Hotel Ruby Foo's
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
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... and swearing under our breath. I saw a bloke on the other side of the road carrying a similar backpack and he was having no bother at all. A quick stop at a cafe, a slight adjustment to the straps and it was a hundred times better. Ashleigh said we were like snails slowly moving along the kerb with our entire lives on our backs. But now we were on our way.
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... trip through Megabus rather than Greyhound simply because it was a little cheaper, but after the fiasco of Niagara Falls we had both vowed to never use Greyhound again! And this bus arrived in the half hour before departure slot as expected, let us on and left bang on time! Although we still didn't have accommodation that morning! We had been looking on a really good website airbnb and had been turned down - once because Joe hadn't bothered to make a profile ...
After a week in Montreal with friends, I headed west to Vancouver for a few days. Everyone I had spoken to about my exchange in Canada had asserted that I must visit Vancouver. I arrived with high expectations of the city and was not disappointed. Surrounded by mountains and beaches, the city is spectacularly beautiful and the epitome of the Canada that is advertised in travel brochures. The few days that I had in Vancouver were ...
... his mum to see Lyle Lovett and Chris Isaak at the Jazz festival. They went at about 7pm and I stayed home and hung out with Zach which was lovely actually. He was out by 8pm so I worked on the blog the rest of the night. Jane and Chris came home beaming around midnight. They loved the concert and said it might be one of the best they have ever seen. Apparently both acts played for over 2 hours and Chris Isaak did a bunch of covers including Ring of Fire by Johnny Cash, ...
... with penjings, a 30 foot waterfall, and an ornamental pond.
The Japanese Garden has koi ponds, streams, bridges, a stone garden, bonsai courtyard, and tea garden.
We also went into the Insectarium. We saw more insects than we ladies ever wished to see. It is the largest museum in North America devoted entirely to insects. There is a collection of 225,000 live and mounted specimens.