The Hazelton Hotel
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... Arriving at around 3pm, the traffic was pretty heavy as we approached the midtown area where Janne and Gary lived. Janne went to school with Nay's mum in Malaysia and had very kindly offered to put us up for a few days.
She opened the door and greeted us with a big smile and a hug and showed us to our room in their lovely home. We met Gary shortly after and we had a good chat before he headed out to a social event. Dinner was a delicious jambalaya that ...
... back from London. Told him it was no lamb but a goat and I wore out the knife on it and gave up. He said no worries but I should try it. So asked if after my main meal he could bring me some. I thought that was cool but looked at my stomach....and thought better of it. So I continued my baileys and coffee strategy.....I hope to peter out somewhere over mid pacific so quit drinking it south of winterpeg, port time....oh yaaa....denied! No port ...
... in Korea as well as multiple visits to China, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore etc, and hadn't listed them all for each duplicate visit. He said he could amend it for a $25 change fee. I'm not sure what he did as he didn't enter all the stamps though? Then I was told to come back in 10 days to pickup the passport, and that it would be sent to the Embassy in Ottawa for issuing.
3 days later I got a call ...
We departed for the airport at midnight and had a brief moment of panic when we were not sure where our print out of where the tickets were. You are not allowed to enter the airport without proof of having a flight booked. When we found the printout, it only had Bill's name on it, so hopefully they let me in.
It was not a problem. Our next issue was that our seats are not together for the 8 hour flight to Frankfurt. UGH! We ...
... found at a hardware store. Being able to get online relatively easy makes everything easier. I hate to admit how necessary having internet access is for planning and research on a trip like this. I've gotten to used to "just look stuff up" rather than find out info a head of time.
Summerlicious is going on right now. This means prix fixe menus at many independent establishments.
Lunch (a very late lunch) was at the ...