Travelodge Hotel and Convention Centre - Ottawa West
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... it looks beautiful, but we
have been warned to always be very careful, as El Salvador does not have the
We are hoping to keep this blog up and post an update and
picture every evening, but we are unsure of the wi-fi situation at the hotel,
so who knows what will happen!
Thanks for tuning in and we hope to be posting lots in the
Kennedy and Beryle
In my office finishing off the last bits of work despite being completely distracted...just a few more sleeps and I am off to the French Alps for my skiing adventure! This all came about as part of my new attitude that has been developing through the last year where I am going to find a way to make it work if an adventure comes my way :)
I will be travelling Samoens in the Savoy region of France with Danielle, one of my oldest ...
... for governmental cars, police and soldiers. How does the government control the speed limits? At the exit of each city, town or village, there is a speed control police station where you have to register if you leave for a trip. They will hand you a paper informing you where is the next speed control police station and at what minimal time you need to show up. If you are too early. yoy are the lucky winner of a ...
... post in 1624 by the Dutch West India Company on the shore of Manna-hata Island at the mouth of the Hudson River. Its population of over 8.3 million enjoys an average temperature of 72 in June and 31 degrees Fahrenheit in January whose harbour rarely freezes over.
Our arrival morning, the temperature rose to 28 degrees Celsius with a good deal of humidity. The ship docked in Brooklyn immediately opposite Ellis Island, of immigration infamy, and just ...
... here as a farmer. He never owned a farm this big, however. And the drive reminded me of Maine only flat, with pine and spruce and maple and birch all mixed together to create variegated shade of green against the bright blue sky. It felt like home to me.
Eventually we landed in Ottawa and we drove through the city, a mixture of old and new, interesting architectural styles all existing together. My plan was to visit the Parliament and that we did. It took a while to ...