Angelica Blue Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... I can get to Europe for cheaper than Toronto. Now in me inebriated state I gots to pontificting about where I could potentially go from there. Then my internal bucket list folder slowly slid open with a groan..needs some grease....a file popped up....labeled "Flanders"....I swear sometimes I think my grey mass works better in that state......did a quick hmmmmm recollected that its the 100th anniversary of the commencement of the Great War to end all Wars ...
... and then through security. This time Mike was the only one who was pulled aside to be patted down and checked with the wand. My infamous knee didn’t cause any trouble for a change--I'm seeing a pattern here--it only is a problem when we go through one of those circular search machines, you know the ones that show all of you! Well not all of you--but they show an outline of you and colored blocks show up on questionable areas. If it is the regular walk ...
Today's forecast was -3 warming to 0 in the afternoon with flurries (snow) @ 12 noon. Well it was just after 12 when it started snowing. 12:30, how good is the weather bureau in Canada. I headed off to La Fontaine park 1st. I am getting quite good at walking on slippery ice paths and staying up right. Again at one point I walked on the road again, it was just the safer option. I took some pictures then decided to walk to ...
... by the compelling message depicted by this striking piece of art, created in 1985, yet for all intents and purposes, timeless.
After grabbing a quiche for breakfast, I wander into one of Montreal's many churches. They were everywhere, hence the city's nickname, the City of Saints, and "la ville aux cent clochers" (city of one hundred bell towers). Indeed true, as there is a church on every corner and at least one was on my "must ...
... catering for all tastes. Mine was smothered in swiss cheese (as if there wasn't enough fat on the plate) sour cream and crispy bacon, delish!
The regular plate was intimidating when it was sat in front of me and those who went for large looked terrified. I managed to clear my plate and was tempted to lick it clean! My manners overpowered the urge and I am left wondering how I can recreate this myself at home.