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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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I don't want to do this but I guess I have to write my last entry until next summer when I travel all across the U.S.A. Oh did I just say that I wasn't suppose to tell well now you have a head start on the next blog. Good bye everypony oops my little brother has been watching to many My Little Pony videos. Well the wedding went well, we were dancing all night and taking (lots) of pictures. I got to see my long lost cousins, Camy and ...
... out of the carriage and down the aisle, the guests knew this was a very special ceremony celebrating the union of this brilliant couple, Daria and Ghislain. The elegant beauty of the ceremony with a dash of fun, style and tradition certainly symbolize Daria and Ghislain.
The celebrating begins...
What a celebration it was....Getting Canadians, South Africans, Caymans, English, Mexicans, Zambian, Americans, Belgians, and Polish friends and families ...
... for twenty minutes well it could be worse and it got worse I got carsick! Okay it gets better from here so when we arrived I saw this girl there named Patricia hmmm that rings a bell and she didn't speak English how did we communicate you might ask by acting it out or showing what it means. This is one of the best hotels actually this isn't a hotel, this is more of a traditional farm stay. The farm stay has ...
... particularly special but certainly acceptable. The breakfast was a pretty basic traditional Polish breakfast with sausage or eggs along with breads, cold cuts and cheeses. I think the best part of the breakfast was where it was held, in an old brick cellar with these great brick arches that gave it a very special atmosphere.
The Train to Jelenia Gora
Juan really wanted to take a train to one of our destinations and ...
... up until the last chair lift. We then glided down being a bit silly as we went. Paul and I were trying to tackle one another and had 2 giant stacks. One which resulted in being completely twisted around like a game of twister, resulting in us having to unclip our boots from our skis, and the other us lying both flat on our backs. The latter was complimented by Hubert skidding infront of us and covering us both with snow. We were all laughing hysterically by this ...