Travelodge Hotel and Convention Centre - Ottawa West
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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I am getting ready to participate as an observer in the National Convening of Ugandan Grandmothers in Entebbe, Uganda, October 5th - 7th, together with 22 other delegates from Canada and England, as part of the Grandmother to Grandmother Campaign of the Stephen Lewis Foundation. We will each also visit two projects supported by the SLF in Uganda. I ...
... I didn't want to be seen in public at all. Sure driving would have been fine, but I wouldn't have wanted to go out and do anything in Montreal looking like quasimodo, so we holed up in the Novotel in Ottawa where I could hide from the world for the night. This shouldn't put anyone off the jail hostel though, it was an awesome experience, minus the itching. They also do a free tour of the jail everyday at 11, although we never got a chance to do it. The joys of travelling.
... aussi certains des Jeux panaméricains au stade à Hamilton. À la Coupe du monde de la FIFA, je suis allé pour la Norvège contre la Thaïlande (4-0), l'allemand vs Côte-d'Ivoire (10-0) et aux USA contre la Chine (1-0). Et, pour les Jeux panaméricains, j'ai vu Panama contre le Pérou (2-1), et le Canada contre le Brésil (1-4) lors des matches de la phase de groupe des hommes. Je suis aussi allé à la finale des femmes la ...
When we were approaching Orleans it was quite shocking how much new stuff had been built in just 5 years. New roundabouts, malls, huge subdivisions. And still the same roads for all this new volume. So nothing has really changed! Our first stop was to visit our favorite Lebanese place for lunch. Just to show you how how often we used to go there they ...
... Chrstina went off to change into her swimsuit in toilets that played music and spoke to you, and the guy next to us on the grass says "she ditched you" and he asked if we were Canadians and I said yea and he got a sad/bitter expression on and it turned out a Canadian girl had just broken his heart and he was in Byron alone for some fishing/swag/reflection time. Crain returned and we all chatted about life and he had a strangely observant take on the part of our ...