Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park
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... Irish, similar to the Jewish philosophy decided to build their own so they didn't have to pay. This went well apart from the Irish seemed to regularly burn things down and have to start again. This theme of buildings burning down has lived on in Toronto and there are very few historic sites left. The Toronto Blue Jays were playing the Detroit Tigers (formerly Spinners) on the day of our city tour and the sports bar that we went to for tea, the Loose Moose (chosen purely ...
We made it approximately 4 miles before seeing a sign for "Niagara-on-the-Lake Wine Country" and quickly pulled off the road to check some of them out. Our first stop was to Colaneri (after driving 5 miles down the wrong road and seeing only the back sides of the wineries) located on Concession 6 (www.colaneriwines.com). This gorgeous spanish-style winery was built in 2010 and is still under construction in some locations; however, they have the wine perfected. The inside of ...
was completely amazing. I visited the big Chinatown. It was very interesting to
discover this different culture. I went there with my Korean friend named
Soyoung. She was excited to go there with me because she really wanted to show
me her culture (because it is very similar with Chinese culture). We bought
Chinese noodle for our dinner. It was very good but very spicy. I said to my
friend that ...
... to reach Kipling station where I waited briefly for the # 192 airport express bus.
Stowing my big bag on the luggage rack I removed my backpack and placed it in the seat beside me. I was somewhat protective of my duffle bag and kept a watchful eye on it for the whole trip. Upon arrival at terminal one I popped up and grabbed my big bag and exited the bus feeling quite smug about the ample time I had left and ...
another human and puts on my leash. He says to the other guy, “watch this!” I sit. He drags me, sitting, out the door. I look back pleadingly to Lady, but she tells me she isn’t coming.
Again? Again with the cold, cold, cold? Oh, all right! I hate this, you know!
Luckily, I’ve discovered a lovely cushion on the couch that has velvet on one side. Lady thinks ...