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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Kids pool
- Indoor pool
- Heated pool
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Polar bears were once thought to be solitary animals that would avoid contact with other bears except for mating. In the Churchill region, however, many alliances between bears are made in the fall. These friendships last only until the ice forms, then it is every bear for himself to hunt ringed seals.
... only had acccess from one side when the bed was down.
Also there is only one per carriage whereas with the Platinum there are about 6 per carriage.
Six of us boarded in Vancouver with the main group joining us in Jasper the next afternoon
No evening meal on the first night (which we were warned about) but breakfast, lunch and dinner perfectly adequate a bit like our Ghan or Indian Pacific with three courses but no choice for lunch & dinner.
I was looking ...
... we saw in Ireland is young people moving away for better jobs. On two occasions, we met young people who were in the process of moving to Canada for work. It is hard to say why Ireland cannot sustain a healthier economy. Very sad.
8. Lastly, we missed our family and friends but we also missed black pepper and cream (not milk) for our coffee.
Have a great summer everyone!
... photos on cameras and phones and every flash was a loving wave goodbye. The photo opp done, we gave families a couple of minutes to say their final goodbyes before moving our group into the security line. My roommate for the trip, Mr. McIntosh, learned a tough lesson at the screening station when his hair gel was confiscated for exceeding the 100 ml limit. Good thing I checked mine! Students had some time after we cleared security to browse the ...
... probably be getting home quite late in the day, if not evening, so I knew I needed to be organised! I caught a taxi at 4pm, and it took about half an hour to get to Susan's. Their street is like some delightful scene from a TV show where you wish you could live there, but think that it probably doesn't exist in real life, right down to the name...Appleton Lane. There's a small park at the end of it with a tiny hill perfect for tobogganing, and all the front yards ...