Rosewood Hotel Georgia
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... earthy place, with plumes of marijuana smoke wafting out of the main building. This was Washington, after all, where cannabis is a legal substance.
Penny took a few days off from her job with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife so we could embark on a short getaway trip to the Olympic peninsula. Surprisingly, despite living in the Pacific Northwest for many years, I had never been to the Olympic peninsula. The morning of Tuesday Sept 9th we ...
... bring back to the hotel to eat for dinner - no luck ��
Last night the All Blacks played the Aussies so we dutifully wore our AB gear. It was surprising how many people recognized the brand and it started a few conversations about NZ and sport.
We bought some packet muesli today to have for breakfast in the hotel, instead of using the hotel restaurant. For breakfast today I had something called Express Scrambled with tomato and ...
... the first few bars of music. It just got better and better throughout the night, hit after hit and some classic banter thrown in between songs. Great show, great band all came together to produce a great entertaining show. Personal faves of the night were
“Home”, “Everything”, “Fever” and “Feeling Good”
And last and certainly not least, the band that has ...
When the bag pipes fire up every one stands to attention, this was no different, Trooping the Colour is a ceremony performed by regiments of the British and Commonwealth armies. It has been a tradition of British infantry regiments since the 17th century, although the roots go back much earlier. On battlefields, a regiment's colours, or flags, were used as rallying points. Consequently, regiments would have their ensigns slowly march with their colours between ...
After disembarking the cruise boat yesterday, I had a quick orientation of downtown Vancouver, watched lots of varieties of native Indian dancing from Bhana (I was thinking of you Jules & Bollywood...) then caught up with Chris Bedassie. See link https://www.flickr.com/photos/urbanmixe r/3239149877/
He offered a 'lifetime ago' in Toronto that when I arrived in Van city he would show me his ...