The Village Inn Elora
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... significant colonial city. Lots of flowers and trees. Sounded good to us. It would be a good spot to use as a home base in order to see areas like Taxco, Vera Cruz, Pueblo, Tepoztlan and other areas in this part of Mexico.
So we made plans to go to Cuernavaca. We were able to find a beautiful house in a lovely big garden, in a suburb of the city called Acapantzingo, A spanish language school is right around the block on the next street and the school could arrange for us to ...
... where many of them serve as elders and ministerial servants. MAINTENANCE AND TECHNICAL SUPPORT Much eﬀort is involved in caring for our buildings and equipment. Capable brothers and sisters serve as electricians, mechanics, carpenters, and painters. Others maintain refrigeration, ventilation, and electronic equipment. In addition, the Computer Department provides technical support for the computer systems used at Bethel BRANCH COMMITTEE Closely ...
... was tipping down. Got home to find that the hosepipe had been left on filling up the pool which obviously now wasn't necessary due to the rain. Paige, Rorke and Kira had such fun trying to lower the water level and they did a fantastic job. The others came in not too long afterwards and between swimming, a BBQ and getting ready for bed everyone had a fun evening.
Trip to Rogers Stadium was great, watched from pretty high up in the stadium but got a good feel ...
... to stop and smell the roses whenever possible and to keep daily driving to under 3 hours a day.
Both Air Canada and Westjet fly to Deer Lake, NL. from Toronto. We determined the number of days that the trip would last, by the best ...
... equipment, books (yes, books), puppet-making materials, a puppet theatre, extra just-in-case clothes, and clothes/eye glasses to give out to needy people. Our backpacks with clothes are small and our 'other things bags' are bigger.
For this trip, we took on the challenge of going as light as possible without being uncomfortable - none of that extra stuff. Mind you, we were only travelling for 12 days, not the usual 4 months. We were only going to ...