Carole's Purrfect Bed and Breakfast
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... of tight independence votes since then but apparently everyone's a bit tired of the whole business and they seem to be doing pretty well. And they have some swell looking buildings. History museum Point de Caliere also visited because it's SO HOTand they have air con. Lie around in a seaside park with the locals for a bit. Historied out, home to the cats.
Smartphone here is 'Supertéléphone' har har. Everyone speaks english but trying not to be possum in ...
... than" fine".
The truth is people who aren't very well are usually really really concerned about it above all else but don't realize that only the truly empathetic ( I don't know any) really give a damn and want to hear about it.This all came to me in a blinding revelation while in transit from Mass. to Montreal when a spike in the eyeball pain from tooth15 took over every waking thought for quite a while. I was grouchy, ...
... of cheddars, we couldn’t say no to trying them all! There were easily 2 dozen different
varieties. That was lunch taken care of!
We finished our culinary tour with a visit
to Champlain Chocolates. We sampled a
delicious truffle, and bought a small variety of chocs for later. Whilst wandering around these stops we learnt
of the Von Trapp Lodge just up the road.
The Von Trapp family of The Sound of Music
... watched two movies, slept a little, and before I knew it I was back in chilly, drizzly Montreal. I bumped into Cat at the baggage claim, who also got home on time on her parallel flights. Because I'm a travel ninja, I even managed to book my appointment for my replacement NEXUS card for fifteen minutes after I arrived. A quick pop in and out of the interview centre at arrivals later, and I had my approval, and should be getting my replacement ...
All good things must come to an end, and it was time to leave Quebec. It was a lovely old city filled with charm and beauty, but it was beginning to feel quite small and very expensive. Four nights was the perfect amount for us. It is however somewhere I would love to return to one day. I feel as though it will be exactly the same in thirty years and that is nice. We woke up on schedule - adalia sleeps 12 hours like clockwork! and did our last bits of packing. We ...