Town and Country Inn
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... well, in a bigger city than La Pocatière!
On Monday, I spent half of my day at the beach and I went to the Zoo. It is a small zoo but there is a lot of walking involved in the park. However, I thought that it was really neat for children. There is a small playground and a lot of place for them to run. It really is a nice place to spend a sunny day there togheter as a family. Overall, I enjoyed my visit.
... track just below, lucky no trains come along. Then a sign saying if lights flash then cyclists are on the bridge & as we pass the lights start flashing so the cars know to move over on the 2 lane bridge as there's no shoulder there, how amazing's that - how does it know? Eventually turn off for the coast road, much better as the highway was getting really busy, stop at a cafe for a sandwich & tea then on for the last 4 miles into ...
... drank cocktails. We found one called a watermelon lemonade that was served in a jam jar that was really good, we ended up having a bunch of them and watching a reggae band that was playing in the back of the pub. After a while we decided to head across the road to a bar that has big barrels with free peanuts and you just throw the shells on the floor, the floor was covered in peanut shells, everywhere you walk you are crunching on shells. We had some ...
... One of Patti's books describes them as looking like a frisbee designed by Salvador Dali! This one was about three foot across and laying on it's side. Which is what they do. We missed hitting it by inches. They can get to be 10 feet and weigh 3000 pounds or more. We had never seen one before so it was a very exciting thing to see!
Once around Point Conception the air and water temp are supposed to rise dramatically and sunshine ...
... laughing, trying to ascertain whether this was actually happening! The movie we were informed was 'cast porn' which there is supposedly a big market for. In it the girl has part of her body put into cast, as though it is broken, in this movie she was in cast up to her shoulder and Geyser was having sex with her, it was so bizarre and an insight into a world I know very little about! It was fascinating but such a weird situation at the same time.
We decided not to spend ...
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