Alexandre Logan (1870)
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... museum with the Greek exhibit.
No photos were allowed it was very crowded and hard to move. I was hoping to walk back to the Cathedral but it closed at 4pm.
... tired of life changing events..... My lil bike accident and dad passing away, well I am happy to report that I am doing okay, only one surgery left on me knees (right after I gt back....sorry boss) and if all goes well I should not keep thinking my stairs have loose nails when I go up them. Zoe kinda makes an ewwwww sound every time she hears me knees......part of the reasoning for going on this trip was related to this accident...kinda like falling off a ...
... having so much turbulence, the flight attendants spent more time seated and buckled up then serving. Upon arrival, we were met by the Quebec rep and taken to the hotel. The check in took a couple of minutes and we were off to our room to change and head to the pool. Did I mention it was 33 degrees. HOT hot hot ..... We toured the building, enjoyed some sun and had supper; ...
First day in the city, where I bask in the glorious weather, stroll her lively streets and feel the cultural vibe. After finding an ATM to garner Canadian cash, I spy something special. Just outside the gate to McGill University, staring up into the canyons of modern, mirrorlike skyscrapers, a unique sculpture catches my eye.
One of the benefits of city life is public art. This sculture by Raymond Mason is exceptional, causing one ...
... know my size but she has an eye and a talent. Before long I've racked up a decent bill and I happily stroll back to the waterfront swinging my bag of delights with me.
I have the perfect excuse to dress up that evening as we eat at a lovely restaurant called Boris bistro. Sitting in a court yard in the open air, candles the only lighting we enjoy what I think is the best meal of the trip so far (sorry to the cooking gang) I have Sea bass with risotto and ...