Sherry Frontenac Hotel
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... and farm that has become almost as big an attraction as the Park. Robert began his career in 1959 at the age of six with a stand selling his father's cucumbers. When Robert failed to sell any cucumbers the first day, his father figured that no one had noticed the little boy. He put up signs with 'Robert is Here' is big red letters on either side of the stand and the next day, Robert sold out. Later on, he diversified his ...
... as possible this slooooow pace may take some getting used to (J).
After a relaxing morning and a very strange hostel provided breakfast of sweet pastries filled with either mince meat or cheese :s we headed to the main part of Miami’s South Beach.
The beach was packed (mainly with locals) and it was easy to see why, the sand was soft and fluffy and the sea was lovely and warm, calm and fairly shallow - excellent swimming conditions.
We stayed on ...
... the same top so they looked like real fans together! Lucas looked a real dude. We also got a couple of foam gloves to cheer with. Our seats were great - right at the front so we could really get involved with the game. The other thing about baseball matches is the theatre element of it all - loads going on within the match with cheerleaders, mascots racing, mexican waves, crowd involvement etc. The kids loved it. Also the food that ...
... o trzy minuty spacerkiem plażę.
Śniadanie kontynentalne podano nam do stolików na patio hotelu. Jedliśmy croissanty, bułeczki, jogurt, sałatkę owocową, a popijaliśmy kawą, herbatą i czekoladą. Bardzo nam smakowało.
Po śniadaniu poszliśmy na plażę. Opalaliśy się i kąpali przez około dwie godziny. Plaża bardzo czysta i ...
... to print off any kind of boarding pass at a kiosk, so we venture to the aptly names 'business centre' in the airport hotel - to say this service is **** really is an understatement, it cost 25cents a minute, which would be fine if the machine wasn't 10years old and the Internet reminded me of the first one my dad had in our house. The computer freezes but the little clock telling me how long I'm taking is ticking away. I shout at ...