- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... a very small town with all the trappings of an upscale city.
Once we had had our fill of the market, we went back to our hotel so I could take advantage of the giant bathtub before cozying up in the comfy bed. The only downside to this place is the freight train that runs right next to the hotel several times throughout the night. They do warn you about the train in big, bold letters on their website, though, so buyer ...
... blessed with a lovely stewardess. Walking through the airport in Montreal, Joey spotted an Apple kiosk and suggested I get ear phones with a mic to use for face time. We walked the length of the airport before settling on a "pub style " restaurant for dinner. I had a lovely goat cheese salad accompanied by two slices of toasted bread with melted cheese and carmalized onions. yummy! Joey had beet soup which she also said was very good. Gave Nicole a call and lo and behold ...
... and to have a closer view of the bikers coming down the mountain. Apparently this bar is called the hecklers bar as everyone cheers and heckles, as it is close to the finish line. We saw one nasty accident, where a guy came a cropper on the last hill and dislocated his shoulder. He wasn't wearing shoulder or chest pads and was wearing a singlet only! When they picked up his bike you could see what had caused the accident .... The front forks had snapped. We headed back to Roy ...
... the two - eagles marry ravens, and vice versa. We are fortunate enough to meet the artist, Norman Jackson, as he returns to his gallery after lunch - we talk with him briefly, and he graciously agrees to take a photograph with Carolyn and me.
After a quick lunch, and a beer a a local fisherman’s bar, we finally connect with my friend Jene Vredevoogd, who many of you will remember from my South America blog entries. Jene has a 40+-foot boat that he docks in Wrangle, and ...
... on the ferry with Nancy Gary and their dog Gracie. Gracie's brother dog Oscar had to stay home with a sore foot. As you view the idyllic pic of Trex playing with Gracie near water you will be fooled into thinking all is well in this canine relationship. You would be wrong. Trex often feels compelled to attempt complete domination with dogs larger than himself.