- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
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... position with a decent starting salary. It is a position that will allow me to get qualified as a Travel Agent and thus gain a skill which I can take anywhere, should I get itchy feet again. I will be working 5 days a week on a 6 day roster and it is usually an eight and a half hour day with a half hour lunch break. I get to sleep in a bit on Saturdays though!!! On Saturdays, we only open at 10:00 AM instead of 9:00 AM and then we close at 3:00 PM ...
We all dream, about the future, our present, what could be, what could have been, and what is. Some of us have big dreams and others small. I don't think that any two dreams are the same, especially as they are ever evolving as we get older, as our situations change and as the world around us changes. Some peoples dreams seem to fall into their laps while other have to work until almost their last breath. I'm working on a path to my dream ...
... food, and a few pain pills, I felt better. I then worked everyday up until Christmas before finishing up at 3pm on Christmas eve. (It was a weird work day since I am so used to the jovial Christmas eve's I used to have at the Fabricland. Actually this job has seriously made me miss my Fabicland days and all my Fabricland girls.) I then spent the next 2 hours delivering all the Christmas cookies I had baked the night before to all my family. Ginger sparkles were a ...
... just didn't see how it could be feasible. Maybe because of the Quebec referendum I have a better basic knowledge of the changes that would need to take place in order for Scotland to be independent. Anyways, I quickly turned out to be a NO vote. Well, actually I wanted a third choice of "maybe...can we get a better and more comprehensive plan of action in place and vote again in 5 years" which of course wasn't an option. I also have learned over the last few weeks not to question ...
... really beautiful decorations and painted to look as if it were made of bricks and wood instead of metal sheds. We also made a brief stop at a local winery for a tasting. We bought some raspberry and elderberry liqueurs and a bottle of wine.
Our final stop of the day was at Kirkwall's St. Magnus Cathedral. Known as the “light in the North”, it was built in 1137 by Viking Earl Rognvald in honor of ...