Hotel Ruby Foo's
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... even if, you choose to follow us. We met several interesting people on the train. One was a beautiful woman who had been a war bride from England who had lived in Buffalo ever since. She must have been in her late 80's at least, but she had the most beautiful skin and smile. Her traveling companion was a very elderly man who was pretty frail, but quite friendly. The two ...
Wednesday - So after being given disgusting pretzels on the plane, I arrived in Montreal with quite literally a bad taste in my mouth and when realising I had to go through the border security, I honestly felt like not bothering and flying back to America. I got my passport and documents ready to present to the miserable looking woman who stood before me, when she ever so slightly cracked a smile, said "bonjour" and made a gesture for me to step up to the desk. After ...
... gourmet supermarket to buy some ingredients for dinner. On the menu tonight was beef and vegetable thai satay with uncle bens wild rice. It was so delicious and it had been really nice to be able to cook our own home made dinners the past couple of nights. It was clear Erin had missed red meat as she ate her bowl of stir fry and then went back for more, picking out the chunks of steak. It's been really difficult in Europe to get good red meat that's affordable so we ...
... and bought some fruits there and left. Then I got into the underground city. I just walked and walked and lost several times. I heard the underground city developed in Montreal because of the cold weather of the city. It looked convenient for Montrealers, but it was a maze for tourists. Incidentally, the underground city is the longest of the world and Toronto's one is the largest of the world. Anyway, I travelled back to Toronto by overnight bus after that and flew back to ...
Keep your hands warm best things are thick mittens. Your body heat from your hands and fingers will keep your hands warm. When you want to do something with your hands. Wear wool gloves then put your hand back in your mitts.
Keep your ears and head warm with a hood, hat and you can spend the whole day outside happy as a bug in a rug.
There are different kinds of coat but the warmest for really cold days will be ...