Victoria's Mansion Guest House
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- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in all, quite a mix! The highlight was definitely the wonderfully awkward ‘different cultures’ show on the main stage. Most of the acts dressed up in their national dress, and were cross examined about it in a 30 second slot. Go multiculturalism! My personal favourite were the Belarus family, Igor, Svetlana and the children dancing in traditional gear. I’m glad stereotypes can come true. The poor children didn’t look impressed at ...
... and huge thunderstorm that went on for hours, and we found out the next day that the place in the UK that had the most rain that night was I mile from Barwick!
August 9th - back to Cheadle Hulme and goodbye to my little red car. Sarah and I spent the weekend getting ready for our trip to the Cotswolds, for our reunion with Fiona and Ruth - the four of us were very good friends at Howells (the boarding school I attended in North Wales from the ...
... Rowe, but if the fishing was rubbish we’d be moving on. In the morning we headed into town to renew our Ontario Outdoors cards and get an 8 day fishing license. With our personal details stored from a previous visit it was a much simpler affair, and we were on the bank within the hour. I drew first blood with a small but perfectly formed bass, Jason followed soon after with a much larger specimen and then Jenny hooked a lunker, and all within 30 minutes. Earl Rowe was proving ...
Every year two of Toronto's main highways are shut down for an annual charity bike ride for the Heart and Stroke foundation. As my old condo on Bathurst was right near the start line at the CNE ground I had participated annually while I lived there.
The route starts at the CNE grounds ...
... South America, you are much more likely to be mugged, robbed or kidnapped if you are a local and not a gringo. The biggest danger all over the world is road accidents and we were really lucky in this regard. During almost two and a half years nothing even worth a penny was stolen from us. When moving into an apartment in one of the safest neighborhoods of Toronto our locker was soon broken into. Enough said.
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