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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to let go of expectations. I have booked a flight to Madrid on September 21 and a return flight home 3 weeks later. The first night's hotel is booked in Madrid. The rest I will decide on a daily basis. For an organized, control-freak like me - this is stepping outside of my comfort zone.
A pilgrimage is also an opportunity to embrace both community and solitude. While I am setting out on this ...
... taco dinner. Rob has been on this huge sausage kick the last month. I can't let the guy go grocery shopping or else all he comes home with is a butchers ransom of Brats, smokies, bangers.....blah... But he has promised me August will be sausage free!
We ended our first night as three spoons (Robbie the large, me the medium and Lenny the small on the outside to be able to jump up quickly for chipmunk attack) on our double thick-blow up underneath the open starred sky.
... going to be super, super cool, we're not only performing in Disney but also doing workshops (in the recording studio) and touring "behind the scenes". We are also spending a day in L.A. and at universal studios, and seeing a concert (Hugh Masekela) at the Disney concert hall (a Frank Gehry building, now I sound like Dada talking about architects and all).
More to come later,
... of the rocky cliffs and secluded beaches along the shoreline. After soaking up the vistas we hightailed it north back to our hostel via Cook St village. We stocked up on snacks at the local convenience store and rode past the cute cafes which adorned the tree lined high street. Within a few minutes we were back in our hostel getting rugged up for our orca expedition. We had an hour to ride back to Chinatown, drop off the bikes and then walk back to Fishermans wharf. ...
... a cost of $60 but I was more interested in 'Low Beer'. Not much further on is the British Columbia Parliament buildings, home to the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia. This is a beautiful ornate building designed by Francis Rattenbury, the same bloke who designed the Empress Hotel. I had a walk around inside for a while before heading back to meet my bus at the designated pick-up time. After a brief 2-minute photo stop to take photos of the ...