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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
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... br> Really, until the pet sitter gave them the treats and saw Devon out in the open, I didn't feel comfortable. I kept having this horrible thought that I'd locked Devon up in the bathroom or the closet in my rush to get out of the house.
I need to travel more if only not to be so neurotic about my cats. And they can be a little less worried about where I am. So here's to more traveling from this moment on.
... end. Max remained at Sexton Lofts awaiting the removalists, estate agent etc. The morning for me was subsequently spent as yesterday had been - packing and cleaning, interspersed with trips outside for boxes, packing tape or refreshments. The bathroom, once it had been emptied of everything that needed to be moved, became the resting place for items which were to stay at Ontario Place. These included the old futon mattress (which the maintenance staff will be asked to dispose of), ...
We just missed the bus this morning, so had to stand in the gently falling snow for about 15 mins. It wasn't so bad, as we watched the people going about their day - the man shoveling snow from in front of his shop, the old lady trying to cross the busy road with no pedestrian crossing or lights, the well dressed lady sneaking into the grog shop and trying to hide her purchases when she came out, and the two flocks of Canada ...
... in that epic journey, then to die so early – and so young – far away from home and surrounded by strangers, it’s very sad. The Corps stopped and buried him on a bluff overlooking the river at what later became Sioux City, Iowa, and they named the small river that flows into the Missouri there after him (it’s still called Floyd River). History remembers him as the ...
... city, by ensuring the district elders make an effort to live up to the phrase. We finished looking through the museum at about 2:30pm, then headed back to the downstairs café for lunch of a panini/toasted sandwich. Walked back down State Parkway where the filming was wrapping up for the day; we discovered that the location shoot was actually for a television series to be screened next year - look out for Crisis, directed by Aussie Philip ...