Bob & Mariko's Bed & Breakfast
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Montreal airport/Pierre Elliott Trudeau airport (PET apparently means **** in French, very suitable for that guy apparently)...everything is in french (montreal is pronounced mor-ay-al, who knew) with English subtitles. Not sure whether to be surprised or not? Got an AirBnB place in the Westmount neighborhood with a woman named Melissa who runs one of the top food tours in Montreal but has she decided to fly to Vancouver while I'm here, yes. Half the point of AirBnB is ...
... Michelle, Jill’s sister-in-law’s house for her baby shower. It was nice to see another area of NY, meet Jill’s friends and family accompanied by the requisite guessing games.
Matt and I have both been going to the gym a lot - although we’re both getting stronger I think it’s mainly serving to keep our weight in check with all our travels and preparing for those still to come!
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... to change (apparently the West winds are the best), the tree is
triggered to send the sap upwards to feed new spring growth. This is when the farmer will tap the tree,
traditionally with a bucket rig-marole, and more modernly with plastic tubing
feeding into much larger receptacles.
The sap at this stage appears exactly like
water. Clear, running fluid.
After collection the sap is heated in large
vats and ...
... and followed along behind with the camera.
After the pedaloes we decided proper food was in order and went in search of an old street that was known for its jazz cafes. We found the street, didn't find any jazz though. We did find a good sports bar that had a great view of the port as the sun came down and the moon came up, and it was a beautiful moon. Good grub - ribs, burgers etc. Then we headed back to the hotel for well-earned night's sleep.
... bohemian artists and the gay community. It was pretty spot on except it omitted transvestites and the homeless. It is a little scary and not at all appropriate for young families (thanks travel agent woman). We walked up the Main Street which is closed off to cars, and I was taken aback by the shops available to the previously described cliental. Fortunately Samuel only noticed one "strange" window display in a shop called "kinky ...