Staybridge Suites Guelph
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... pack, grabbed his work bag, and was out the door. "He's gone!" said BJ. AJ and BJ looked at each other. "This isn't what is supposed to happen," said AJ "What do we do?" asked BJ, little tears appearing at the corners of his eyes. "He has left us behind in Canada and we will never see Aury and Emeline again!" "That is not going to happen," said AJ. "Come on, he has to go in the elevator and then he waits for his friends in the hotel lobby. We have time!" AJ grabbed BJ ...
... it brought back memories!
It even had a catch to release the rollers so that anything caught in it that shouldn't have been (like the user's long hair ... these were sexist times, remember!), could be freed. No Isadora Duncan misadventures, it seems!
There was also the usual old Print Shop ... with a flatbed press, hand operated ... as well as the usual collection of old buildings, most ...
... our group. Teenagers never cease to amaze me, not one person complained despite being awake for over 24 hours. Although they were sleepy, their excitement and great de quorum were evident. To add to it, we met our fantastic tour guide, Gloria, who was a ray of sunshine from the moment we met her. I can't wait to see what adventures we will face in the weeks to come. Signing out... Feeling a little jet ...
... and Muskoka got a fright when a little black squirrel ran out on the highway. Its overcast and a bit cool at the moment but I am sure the weather will brighten up as the day goes by. Took a detour to Hwy 147 onto Hwy 12 to have a look at Victoria Harbour and Midland the views going there were of maple, pine and oaks trees with homes sprinkled in between. Stop lights and bridgeworks at Sturgeon River stopped here for petrol at ...
... unless they also installed new discs! Talk about profiteering. Crazy! Apparently this approach is mainly due to the fact that vehicles manufactured in north America have such poor quality brake discs (locally called rotors) that after a very short wear time often distort, get warped in use and wear unevenly thereby requiring early replacement. The rather patronizing young receptionist at the Canadian Tire branch didn’t seem to take in that Jambo was NOT manufactured here but in ...