Gloucester Square Inns - Rundle and Gallow Mansions
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... to gather all of the documentation and information required and expedited my package to Montreal. Then, all I could do was wait.....no sense packing or selling any belongings or making further plans until I was sure I would get a Visa.
Thankfully, it wasn't too long of a wait, my Visa arrived on July 15th but I still had only a couple of weeks to finalize everything else. I was giving up my apartment with Jacob and I had renters in my house in ...
... in Pickering, a small community just outside Toronto, with her husband (Mortimer), son (Jonathan), and daughter (Katelyn). Jonathan will be staying in the City this summer working, and will live here next year when he starts at the nearby University of York. He was here for dinner and is handsome, bright, and charming young man. I'm sure that his grandparents will really enjoy having him around next year.
That's all for now. To bed!
Interesting facts about our pool and the most popular teams:
Out of the 32 teams, 31 teams were picked by the 11 participants... the only team that was not picked is THE DEFENDING WORLD CUP & EURO CUP CHAMPION... SPAIN!!!
Based on the results, the most popular team would consist of these teams:
Brazil, Italy/Uruguay, Portugal, Colombia, *****ia/Ivory Coast, Greece, Japan, Australia
Here is the breakdown and the number of times the teams ...
... although amazing,
it was a little disappointing. Now don’t get me wrong, nothing beats a good
waterfall, however the commercialization of the whole area was a bit
overwhelming and very distracting from the show being presented by Nature. Us
humans just don’t get it sometimes do we? Perhaps the fact that it is all too
accessible is why it felt so underwhelming. I mean some smaller waterfalls can
have a more impressive visual because ...
Bidding farewell to my Mum (without any tears - result!) we began our MAMMOTH journey to Caracas from Heathrow. The last fry-up of 2013 was had and we boarded the plane to begin the first of two flights (this one 8 hours). All went smoothly, we watched The Internship (good) and Welcome to the Punch (bad) and ate an array of Air Canada's finest reheated delights (and a fair few cans of Canadian). On arrival in Toronto we ...