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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Mom and I stopped at The Soda Shoppe for a loaded hot dog and a drink before getting in line at the Coho ferry. The trip itself was uneventful. The ship was a little more industrial in nature than the BC Ferries ships, a little less luxurious, but still perfectly fine. While waiting in line at the dock a young family with two boys noticed my polar bear plate. They had never seen one before and had to check the front of the car to ...
... its popularity. Canadian Pacific actually bought the Fairmont name some years ago and most of the old railway hotels are now Fairmonts. I've got quite good at spotting a Canadian Fairmont as most of them are grand old buildings with those distinctive slate roofs (Chateau Frontenac in Quebec City and Chateau Laurier in Ottawa are two good examples). I say most because I don't know what's going on with that Winnipeg one but personally I think they ...
Alright, well this is where it begins, Victoria, B.C. Now, this isn't a real entry because .. well .. I live here. I more or less just wanted to mark it on the map, so stay tuned, because it will get a lot more interesting than this. Well, maybe a lot is too strong, it's about to get interesting, yeah .. let's go with that.
... there was another nearby, he told me there wasn't. Hardly surprising, I guess, when he could get $20 out of me! Unfortunately for him I decided to walk a little further and found it. Needless to say we didn't go to his shop next time we needed something! The James Bay Area, which is all around the south side of the waterfront, is full of wonderful old heritage homes, many of which have been restored to former glory, with gardens and fences to match. I was to take a 2 ...
... is my order . . . I don’t see any bacon on the grill . . . oh, there it is . . . behind the pile of red skinned potatoes that have been boiled and cut in quarters . . . that are going to make some terrific fried potatoes . . . if Granny can get a fire going under the grill . . . and under her ass . . . and we need a couple of eggs, over easy . . . and some brown toast (not whole wheat . . . they don’t know what that is!!!) . . . finally, with a half ...