Knights Inn Dayton North
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... bins here and there, but they were not plentiful as in Ontario. In Newfoundland, the only places we saw recycling bins were at the two National Parks.
We think the people of Quebec win (lose?) for being the heaviest smokers.
As far as beauty, we thought Newfoundland took the top prize, with Cape Breton in Nova Scotia running a close second.
The Maritimes offered few spectacular sunsets, maybe because it never got completely dark at ...
... were still plenty of pizza places, but few sub shops. Most notable of all, however, was the proliferation of Asian food: Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese, and Korean restaurants and takeout were everywhere.
Even with all these new choice, I still took Alex to one of my old favorites: College Town Bagels, which is one of the few "original" shops still there. We picked up sandwiches made on fresh New York-style bagels, then took them with ...
... and their two boys Colin and Baron. We had a great lunch and the kids played together so well. Their was a big blow up water slide and a slip n slide. Then later Katie brought several bottles of shaving cream and the kids sprayed them into a baby pool, it was awesome! After a great dinner the kids tried out Uncle Tom's homemade bike/car wash! Later we had a bonfire and hung out, such good times!!! It was so great seeing everyone and catching ...
... incl. Sicily and Malta). Over the past number of months countless hours have gone into identifying specific locations, schedules for buses, trains, and boats, airline flights, car/motorcycle rentals, housing/food arrangements, etc. But in light of all that work, so many details are still left unfinished. :/
It was sad to leave my family and miss out on the fun throughout the remainder of the summer, but I know that other exciting ...
Zipping my second backpack for the last time, I felt a small sense of relief wash over me. I was packed, finally, with a minor meltdown or two under my belt. After packing and unpacking and repacking for the last two hours I finally felt like I had it figured out. Unfortunately, my relief didn't last long. After packing three different bags to hold all of my extras for the ...