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... past us even though we too were travelling above the 100km speed limit. Much to my disappointment there were still no Moose to be seen other than on road signage. GPhoebe and Andrew met us at the car rental and we spent most of the afternoon strolling around the Plateau where they live. They showed us the new apartment they are moving to next month, which is near a beautiful park and still very ...
... lots of grass and people paddling in little boats. We had a bit more time to kill before we had to leave so we decided to have an early dinner of another bow of pho! I think it may have been our favourite experience in Montreal ;-) We got back late on Monday night and poor Matt had to head off to Minneapolis again on Tuesday morning….
On Saturday night we met Lakshmi, Sanjay and Sylwia for dinner at a little Italian restaurant with a lovely little courtyard. It was a ...
Monpelier treated us to a great breakfast
at the Coffee Corner, and as we were sitting there a couple of fellow diners fired
up the fiddles and played a few tunes.
It really was great. A happy way
to start the day!
We had a stroll down the Main Street in the
daylight before heading back to pack the car and set off.
We weren't expecting great things of the
weather so ...
... but a big church nonetheless. After the Basilica we decided we needed a rest, Mark wanted a cold beer, a thought that was seconded heartily by us all with the exception of the beer part for me). We found a little family-run cafe in the old quarter by the port. It was great - just what the doctor ordered. I had a glass of Sangria and a Greek salad, which was exactly the right amount to fill the little hole in my belly. We also tried the Canadian ...
... have to be the highlight of our trip so far! We spent so much time trying to feed the ducks grass, and shed many tears when it was time to leave that I think we will be returning there each day with some bread. By this stage I was feeling exhausted. Adalia hasn't been sleeping that well so I was up a fair bit the night before. Plus the whole lead up to the trip I had been most nervous about getting to Montreal on my own, and I think ...