Waterfront Hotel Downtown Burlington
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... them more. Next day they would put each 16 page section ( there were 37 - 16 page sections) together in order, cut 4 little notches in the folded spine side, sew them together by hand, glue the spine, cut the 3 loose sides to make them all straight, put the leather on with glue again and then label the spine with gold embossed lettering. It took 2 complete days to finish each one. The first edition had 5000 copies and each cost $2.50 each. A fortune back ...
... in Cape Town (2 weeks) - Safari overland through South Africa and Namibia (15 days) - Volunteer at a turtle conservation program/teach English at the local school in Nusa Penida off the coast of Bali with Maria (2 weeks) - Spend a few days in Bali - Visit Danielle in Sydney (1 week) - Spend a few months in Melbourne - Figure out the rest of my life (ha!) Excited to see where this all ends up. But first, 8 hours to ...
... efficiency?) except Brian keeps activating the metal detector at security. He insists it is the money belt I make him wear (that he does not want to) but I am wearing one which is exactly the same and having no trouble. Hmmmm, need to figure this out.
Believe it or not, Brian has identified a downside to using our points to fly Business Class. With the layovers in the lounges and the food and ...
... to be more productive on Sunday when we actually made it outside - to a nearby lake which was absolutely lovely, although to the dismay one of our younger company, way smaller than the scale he's used to growing up near Niagara. The 100m expanse of deep deep turquoise water is hidden in a valley of pine trees, and aside from occasional glimpses through the trunks of the raised kids boardwalk that takes you on a loop of the shore, you could easily imagine it ...
... a rectangular grid of identical looking and symmetrical gravel farm roads to Dauphin. We took ages to find anywhere with wifi after unsuccessfully trying McDonalds (didn’t work), Tim Hortons (huge queue) and Tourism Info office
(closed). We ended up at Dauphin’s public library with a good connection. Afterwards it was a rushed take away (in north America it’s a “Take Out”) burger from McDonalds.
Then it was two nights at Moon Lake ...