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My knees and feet ache tonight! Glad I will be sitting on a train tomorrow. Well, at least after I gat to the station! Which will be in the middle of morning rush hour.
Started out the day doing a bit of wash. Trying to keep those clothes clean.
Walked to the Metro. I will say, most of the time I have gotten on some young person has gotten up and offered their seat. And I have to say I ...
... still more uphill to go. To get to the summit of the park, you either have to climb dozens of incredibly steep stairs, or continue walking uphill along a series of switchbacks and paths. I had time to kill, so I decided to take my time walking through the park on the paths I was able to see some of the other sights in the park as well, including Maison Smith and Beaver Lake. Finally I reached the top at ...
... end so my picture didn't have the traffic lights in it. The whole way I was watching my foot work. When I got to the end and turned around there was a lot of squirrels that had followed me. I sat down on a park bench to get a photo and felt something on my leg. It was a squirrel. Then I turned to look to my side and there were heaps of squirrels even one watching me from a tree. I did a selfie while there (4 u Carla). ...
... I really like in any if the other stores. So I went to the Christmas shop and pick out a gold coated maple leaf. Now I was hungry again, so I went looking for food. I found a smoked meat deli, ordered myself a sandwich and took it to go. I walk out to the old port, found a table sat and enjoy my sandwich. It was really good. I just sat here for a while watching the world and updated my blog from yesterday. I walk around the old port some more after lunch, out to the ...
Montreal.... It surely was the nicest city we have visited in Canada. It´s located in the province of Québec, therefore French-speaking, but the truth is that it´s bilingual. You will see everything written in English and French and also people who live here tend to speak both languages. It´s also the second biggest city of Canada, after Toronto.
The first thing we did in Montreal, was to climb the hill of the Mount Royal Park. The view from the top is ...