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... itself is on the Canadian side of the border is very touristy I think two Casinos plus many hotels
We had about two hours to take photos of the Falls. There have been tunnels cut on the side so that you go down about below ground level about 20m (I think) to view the falls another tunnel takes you to a viewing area between the water and ...
... found at a hardware store. Being able to get online relatively easy makes everything easier. I hate to admit how necessary having internet access is for planning and research on a trip like this. I've gotten to used to "just look stuff up" rather than find out info a head of time.
Summerlicious is going on right now. This means prix fixe menus at many independent establishments.
Lunch (a very late lunch) was at the ...
... in a new era of Caribbean/Mexican/Latin American food which would begin the following day. And so there you have it. That sums up the 11 days we spent in Eastern Canada. Stay posted for an update on our Cuban adventure which should be up in the next two days. Xx Julian's Corner: I was very impressed with Montreal. Thus far I would think it was the most aesthetically beautiful city on the trip, until I got to Quebec City, which I will get to later. My first ...
... fighting spirit and Mitroglou's talent. I see the group favourite Colombia to disappoint again unless Falcao is fully fit, and I see Japan turn some heads with their attacking football and Honda's leadership! The Ivorians are a close knit team and this team stability could be enough to take them through to the next round. Greece will not go away easily so...
Ivory Coast and Drogpa to top the group by the slimmest of margins
Japan to STUN the Colombians and make it to ...
After a planned visit to Baltimore fell through, I found myself with a spare few days so I decided to follow up on a contact I had made at the IHI conference. I had met a physiotherapist from Toronto, Canada who was now working on lean management processes. She told me about how they had become a trauma centre which had massively increased the flow through their emergency department. She was now involved in streamlining processes to make ...