Three Rivers Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... asked for help. The gentlemen let me in, got me his daughters iPhone charger and even offered to take me back home! (It's not a far drive, just a long walk in the wet, cold weather) I thanked them profusely as my phone came back to life, but assured him I had a drive. But man, what a night! I'm glad I'm not shy or else I honestly don't know where I'd be right now. The drive back was beautiful though - you could see the entire city from where we ...
It was a lovely view out the window watching the waves roll in. We slept-in a bit to 8:30 and got halfway through the showers etc when we read at 9AM that breakfast was only served until 9:30. Consequently Jessamy went to breakfast still in her sleeping "onesie". Lucky it still didn't have a tail. The breakfast was nice in the ballroom still decorated for Christmas.
After packing ...
... you say when someone is upset or something is wrong! Apparently you just say "yeah you?" At least that's what I've gathered. Still catches me off guard when they ask though, especially when I was really jetlagged, it was like, "oh **** do I not look okay?!" They also will often write an x at the end of a message as a kiss. Another slang here is "fit," which is the equivalent to calling a girl sexy or hot back home. I was really confused when I first heard that one. ...
... get use to all these accents - as much as i have always LOVED English/Welsh accents, its kind of screwing me up that everybody talks very differently than I do. I never thought I would be this way, but if I were to run into another Canadian right now I would be the happiest person alive. What is wrong with me?! Oh thats right, sleep deprivation. I'm so so excited for tonight; Hayley, my neighbor in Canada's niece (confusing i know, do you follow?) ...
... 11:15; he arrived tousled, bleary-eyed (hungover(?) in true anecdotal Dylan Thomas tradition) and full of revelations about Dylan. Undoubtedly, he was a Dylan enthusiast, knew heaps about the eccentric poet and enthralled us all, especially the visiting Americans who longed to be immersed in Dylan stuff. John said, "Sod the weather!" and enlightened us with his knowledge and love of Dylan. He did not disappoint, and despite the wind ...