Quality Hotel Midtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... from Halifax to Vancouver by train (the full trans-Canada experience) but that would have made visiting Charlottetown slightly more difficult (not impossible though), and you can only get to Quebec City proper on a train from Montréal, not one from Halifax. So until last Friday I had relied on aeroplanes of varying sizes to get from one place to another. But finally the day arrived when I would step aboard my first Canadian train.
... 8217;s one lesson life has taught me it’s that when we think things should happen and when they actually happen—if at all—don’t always coincide. We don’t control luck and timing, only perspective and attitude.
Being single on the backside of forty offers loads (and loads) of time and opportunity for self-exploration. The most important relationship we can nurture is the one we have with ourselves, and few things test ...
... photos if both exhibits. There is also a collection of Quebec and Canadian art that I had a wander through. Some neat carvings in the Inuit gallery, nice landscapes and a range if other stuff. Was a pretty good way to spend a few hours for nothing. Getting out of the museum was the complicated part you pretty much have to retrace your steps to get back out. Kinda confusing. After finding my way out, I sat and had a snack on the steps ...
... tired upon landing in Canada. On the way to the city we got stuck in a traffic jam in a city bus on the freeway at 11pm at night. By the time we got to our accommodation it was almost midnight (6am European time) so considering we'd missed a full nights sleep we were both so grateful to get inside and rest our heads. Especially because the cryptic symbol on the door to our accommodation had us waiting out the front and calling them to make sure we were at the right ...
The flight was long and I got uncomfortable in the bowels region after having abused myself with too many beers the day before last (or yesterday? Time has started to do funny things) and then ate airline food. We reached Vancouver and I rushed to get to customs, where I arrived just in time to watch as they booted up the Nexus machines. As a trusted traveler, I could get back into the country sooner. I quickly scanned the ole peepers ...