Lake City Motel
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... pretty aggressive too, so be aware of it. Stick to purchasing from kiosks and stores and you know it's a legitimate business if they give you a receipt. Without a receipt, it is an illegal operation
I had to say good bye to Amanda, Mathew, Neave & Claire yesterday. It amazes me that people take their dogs onto the plane with them. Yesterday a lady had her dog in a carry on basket and the hostess noticed that the dog was able to get out. The plane was on the tarmack ready to take off and had to turn back and the lady and her dog had to leave the plane. At the airport I had a choice of getting the ...
... all of the harsh shadows that result. But being on a northern shore without full sunshine and warmth in the late fall means that the weather is cold. But we were again dressed in layers along with gloves. Also our winter attire included our trusted boots, which have proven invaluable to us thru out the world. We were prepared for the weather and it was not a problem, but just a reminder that we were far from home. Along the way to Peggy’s Cove we passed many inlets with ...
... Pontiac) later when we go back to the hotel. The Manager at O'Reagan was really great said for us to have a think and they can have everything done before we leave the hotel on Thursday.
Thought we would try Wanda and Terry the couple we emailed about helping us with the car (Terry owns a car yard). They used to run a B&B and we were given their name from a lady we met in Banff at the Old Entrance B 'n B Cabins. Terry we thought was a bit of ...
... requested this building be constructed in 1878. Mr Power operated his undertaking business until his death in 1892. The company is also known for having the first glass hearse in Saint John which was often seen going through the carriageway beside the house to and from the stables which were behind the shop (the gates for the carriageway are still present today). Across the street on the corner of Princess and Germain St we caught a glimpse of the Union Club, a gentlemans club founded in ...