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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... no see", or something like it. Its just that I literally had to ask myself at that moment if my journey took place at all, or perhaps it was simply a dream?....
I got to know the public transport systems of 4 countries
very well, and so coming back to a carless existence was going to be a snap.
Last night after a heartwarming reunion with my darling grandsons, I took an
initiatory ride on the Rapid Ride line. As I tried to hand the driver a $20
... and hang on our wall when we get home. There were lots that I liked but I managed to work it down to just 2. Will and I then walked the couple blocks back to the markets to pick up some nice big steaks, some shrimp for Will from the famous Fish Company and a fresh bouquet of flowers for $5. We well and truly enjoyed our experience but after about 5 hours and with cold goods in our backpack we made a move back towards the bus stop to head home. While walking to the ...
... park which really did seem out of place. We were here for a while before heading I to the restricted area. We had to present our passports before crossing and were not allowed to take any photos inside the bus or when we arrived at the 3rd tunnel. I did. It venture down the tunnel as it was low and deep, so I stayed on top where we could take photos and wandered around. I saw the display of how the DMZ was created and some artefacts from the time the DMZ ...
... maybe it's the weather but it seems a lot less laid back here than in Vancouver with an angry vibe. There are beggars on every corner and some of them are quite quite aggressive. We've witnessed two angry yelling insult throwing and threatening fights and we've only been out on the streets a few hours!
And my nurse recommended the rabies vaccine. I said if a lion or leopard bit me on safari, I had more serious problems then getting rabies. So instead of paying the $350, I opted out. I may regret this since my friend Michelle told me this story of her friend's daughter who DIED from rabies while in Kenya because she petted a stray dog and was bitten. Note to self: do not pet any dogs.
In the course of getting these shots ...