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... is great. On the menu are these drinks called "Ceasars", in essence they are fancy bloody marys. Some of them are quite extravagant, on the table near us we see a caesar with the works and by that I mean there are sliders, small grilled cheese and other pub food nibbles on a stick sticking out of the big cocktail glass. Think food skewed on cocktail umbrellas. After dinner we take a walk around the area to help digest the food but also stop by a gelato store to get dessert. ...
... and just
enough room for your knees, the other was larger than our bedroom at home, held a jacuzzi bathtub, a mirrored wall with dresing room lighting and a folded up bunk bed.
Our next few days at the OM were pretty much a shambles, most of our time there was spent trying to locate someone who had any knowledge or worked there, or avoid Dean and his long and weary
stories. Some highlights included:
Night 1, ...
... I'd made. I can't even tell you how much I was thanking God as I stepped onto that plane. I'd experienced a miracle, what felt like several of them in fact, in the last 24 hours. Sure I was feeling a bit light headed, hadn't slept since Saturday night and it was now Monday afternoon, but I knew one thing for sure, and that was that God had been looking after me this whole time, and that was an amazing feeling no amount of money could buy. We arrived in Winnipeg soon after ...
Today is out of the cabin by 8am, so early start ,final siting on suitcases just as well Ken didn't allow me to buy those 2 jackets and dresses I wanted, so many good shops on Quebec to buy fashion we do not see at home, so I guess lotto tickets are the only option. The next 2 hours did not go as well as the last 43 days as far as organisation is concerned, we arrived late into the port so that meant late dis-inbarkment which in turn turned into as very ...
... and be done with it!
A great way to see the city is to do the red open topped tour bus which has a hop on hop off ticket. The tour guide on our bus was so funny we decided to stay on for the 2 hour ride and listen to his hilarious commentary. We passed one of the municipal buildings in which he said the crown jewels were stored during the second world war- a fact I never knew before. Also the Queen Elizabeth hotel in which John Lennon and Yoko ...
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