Gingerbread Manor Bed & Breakfast
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... could communicate with
our host. It seams Jean (French for
John) was incommunicado at work or something, and by the time we got back to
the car, we had a parking ticket, that we didn’t much understand apart from the
$53 price tag. We did manage to find out
what we thought was our hosts address but with all this ambiguity we were
starting to wonder if this was such a good idea.
Fast forward a couple of hours and we ...
Ah! My French sucks. And Montreal is just the beginning. To be honest - was not a fan of Montreal when I first arrived. Was very overwhelmed. I had been exposed to French a little on the west coast of course but you always get an English and a French explanation. In Montreal it was just French. So you look a little puzzled trying to work out what they say and then they realise and turn straight to English like it's all they know. It makes me extremely jealous - to speak ...
... coffee and atmosphere. She pointed out lots of places we could go to later and explained the characteristics of all the neighbourhoods. It was a lovely 18 degrees, so at the end of the tour we had a beer in the sunshine. Here I got to know fellow Aussie Scott from Melbs better and got talking to Nikki from North Hampshire (UK) and Antonio and his friend (I didn't catch his name and his English was limited) from Mexico. We had some beers, chatted to the French on the table ...
... is a steak house and the food was wonderful. It was nice to have a steak and baked potato. The restaurant is in building that was once used as a stable and is over 200 years old. The beams, wood, and stone walls were original. It was very nice and was fun to sit in a building so steeped in history. We are now on the train to Quebec. It is a 3.5 hour trip. Hopefully this won't be like the USS Minnow and we will get there on ...
... the next day. Late at night we were heading to sleep and Erin wanted to brush her teeth in the bathroom. As there was only one bathroom in the apartment she had to wait, which wasn't a problem, but it was funny that what she was waiting for was for Jo's boyfriend to finish his mobile call that he was on, in the bathroom. Must be a Canadian thing, the business center in the toilet. Seems universal for Canada though. We will have to test out our theory in Toronto.