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... festival was on tonight. We bought tickets for two shows for later on this evening, the first a magician from England, the second, an Aussie bloke who is a storyteller.
We went to first show at 7:30 which we got into just flashing our phones. Maybe we didn't even need to buy tickets. as we walked in, Jenny's name was being called form the other side of the room. Who could that be? It was her friend Adele, who lives in ...
... from Halifax to Vancouver by train (the full trans-Canada experience) but that would have made visiting Charlottetown slightly more difficult (not impossible though), and you can only get to Quebec City proper on a train from Montréal, not one from Halifax. So until last Friday I had relied on aeroplanes of varying sizes to get from one place to another. But finally the day arrived when I would step aboard my first Canadian train.
We left at 7am and drove to Mont Blanc ski resort. My favourite runs were Yodel, Panda and Suisse. They were all green runs, but Panda and Suisse were a bit harder. Lach, Soph and Dad had the stacks of the day . Lach's happened by his stock getting caught under his ski and went spinning and fell. Soph's happened by slipping on the ice then spun around. Dad's happened by losing ...
... art from the Middle Ages to the Belle Époque (1200-1900). This was interesting to see how the process has changed over the years and what was depicted in the art. In the early years it was all religion based but later on there were more self portraits and painting of significant or wealthy people. Next was the modern art era, it's funny what is considered art theses days compared to what I was looking at in the first exhibit. I took ...
... the city - stopped at a lookout to see the Montreal Olympic games stadium (1967). Apparently the tower - 175 ft slanted - wasn't complete for the games and the roof went on after (some 10 years after and then it tore and has since been replaced by a non retractable one.
We were then taken into ...