Union Bank Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
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... slide. We only did it once...it wasn't that scary, but it was over very quickly - and we perferred the other slides were you had time to comprehend the ride and enjoy the experience.
Aside from two mini golf courses and the waterpark, the mall also has an ice skating rink, a mini fun park and a seal or sea-lion show a few times daily.
On the Sunday a few of us went on the roller coaster in the fun park. It had 3 loops! It is the biggest ...
... train delays brought throughout our trip. HOWEVER, the staff from Toronto did not communicate ONE BIT prior to, or during, our delay!! And when politely questioned, the manager proceeded to use two large erasers to demonstrate to me how the delay of one train causes another. At the time, I simply indicated I appreciated the domino effect he was describing but, frankly, I later took insult to his kindergarten-like demonstration of the delay and his overall obnoxious attitude. ...
... pretty darn chilly in the wind and it wasn't until mid afternoon when the sun had much of an impact. Anyhoo - as per usual, G is calm as a cucumber heading to the holding pen pre-race. We all spotted him having what looked to be a snooze (!!) before finally getting to the pontoon for the start. We lined the transition chute and Stephen counted him in as 15th out the water, in a field of 78 - woo hoo! There was no way we could see ...
... is just...different. There was also a great pet store with some amazing birds, like an African grey and some other parrots and conures.
It was a pretty good day, and we got to stretch our legs after driving so much for the past several days...tomorrow, we're going to get blown away by nature as we move into the Rockies.
I'm so sorry to my Canadian readers...today's song is "Let's Go To The Mall" by Robin Sparkles: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IY_bhVS GKEg
... C, then -25°C and continued until it peaked in early December with -35°C for few days . Many people had even -42°C overnight at the beginning of December. But ussually when is so cold, the sky is clear and the sun shines, though it does not provide much heat... Worse times occur when the days are cloudy , with snow and wind , then -20°C is ussually worse than those with -40°C.
Many Europeans do still not get, why Canada is so cold. Well, entire part of Canada , from ...