- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of the few camping options in the area so we booked a 2 night stay.Our Japanese exchange student, Aoi, accompanied us.
We didn't know quite what to expect and it turned out to be a campground set in the woods with so-so privacy and an urban vibe. Not our preferred way to camp. The sites were much smaller than we were used to and we had a tough time fitting all our massive tents in the site.
... sorting through seeming endless nostalgia..
Hunger got the better of us.. There was a small Cafe in the area so we went over there in search of sustenance...
I made yet another error of judgement... ALL BRIAN'S FAULT, I followed his lead and asked for 'the lot'... big mistake... It turned out to the best part of 1/4 a steer between a bun with a barrow load of topping PLUS a heap of fries.... No diet coke...
... have time to stop for photo ops. I faced the spectre of defeat ie a cab ride back when I spied the unique roof of the Palacio Bellas Artes. Entering the lobby, Bruce and Donna were there. They got separated from everyone last night. After ten days, Donna, I would have thought you wouldn't have to ask me if I'm Jim or Terry. They make them dumb in Alberta.
Returning to the room, I heard the girls leaving for a very late morning coffee. Asked Lou if they had ...
... people hiding in the maze then when we got to the end there was a candy truck. You put your bag under the candy pipe and they pull a big leaver which fills your bag... literally. We ended up with 4 kg of Cadbury chocolate and lollies. We had Cadbury eggs, crunchies, and packets of lollies we've never seen before... but now we will be seeing a LOT of. SO MUCH CANDY!!! Gotta love living near a chocolate factory.