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... opportunity to sit in a sidewalk café drinking a Grande Café Crème, going to the bakery for a warm croissant for supper, and the sheer culture that surrounds you, makes Paris one of my favourite cities of the trip. Our sweet Parisian apartment on Rue Malar met all my expectation and the bonus was the view of the Eiffel Tower from Terry and Darlene’s room.
The week in the Cotswolds to re-charge our batteries was lovely and the only thing ...
... built to protect the harbour and area.In 1854 after travelling for 179 days on the Princess Royal, the first immigrants arrived in Nanaimo. It is reported that 23 men and 23 women and a quantity of children left London England on June 2 1854 sailing to Nanaimo via Honolulu. A number of deaths and births are recorded in the ships log during the long journey from England to the final destination of Nanaimo.
The day started with a quick trip to tim houltons (they are huge in Canada) to allow the girls to get there coffee fix and the boys a doughnut fix! Once everyone was satisfied we returned to the beach from yesterday to allow Sarah and Steph to have a dip in the ocean and allow the boys to play on the sand. Stuart had great fun building sand castles whilst Harrison had equally good fun destroying them and flattening roads ...
We went to Newcastle by train. Once in our note we went up the street and bought tickets for an amateur production of GREASE. We were away above the stage in the nosebleed seats but we thoroughly enjoyed it. After a quick lunch we took the hop on hop off bus and went ...
... a workout.
I'm looking forward to tomorrow, because we go to the aquarium at Vancouver together with Kathy and her daughter. Have to leave at 6 to be on time for the ferry. YIKES!
We will watch more of the Sochi Olympics and we have a free day off on Monday (apparently it's Family Day that day, but who cares, a day off is always awesome!).
Write to you later (feel free to respond to anything if you like).
I miss some Dutch habits. Bye.