The Hazelton Hotel
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... when the snow is melting it is even worse as there are piles of cigarette buts, rubbish and dog poos that have been hidden in the snow up till the thaw. Gross!
An interesting thing I found out the other day was that most of the time the snow here is not the right type to make snow balls or snow men! It doesn't compact at all.
As there is so much snow and salt around that gets on your shoes, when you visit residences here you take off your boots at the door. ...
... play a great game of Tofu roulette-is it chicken or tofu, you just don’t know! The fact I’m not a fan of Tofu kinda raised the stakes a little…living on the edge! Another big concern when coming to Canada was whether or not Earl Grey has in fact crossed the border. It has, in the form of Tim Hortons! You can imagine my delight when I first discovered this! I’ve also discovered the sweet delights of Chai Tea Lattes-you tea cynics better ...
Wednesday .The flight went well and losing a few hours by the time we arrived it was time for a shower and off to bed. Thursday morning a coach drive through busy streets of Toronto with the new tour Director pointing out the sights then off to and up to the highest tower in the Western Hemisphere we are advised but question if it has been surpassed. The views were good after which ...
... could not find anything on me and had no reason to deny me my flight (as to be expected.) They also allowed Chantal to pass. She had to go through a similar process as I did (minus the bra) but was denied her suit case and had all of her stuff put into a box. Now her suit case is being mailed to the YMCA here. I was amazed I stayed calm through this process but also happy to experience it and to recognize that I was on a extremely safe ...
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Calgary is quite a nice looking place with lots of greenery around - quite large with a population of 1.6m. When we woke up this morning we could see the lights of Calgary below us. It's currently warmed up to 3C with forecast snow flurries and a top of 8c. we are back to metric now (thank goodness) but still driving on the righthand side of the toad. 3 times yesterday both Rich and ...