Gite La Cinquieme Saison
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... It wasn't cheap but it was worth it. We ordered Mango (Samuel's staple) and raspberry. It was so good! Samuel told the girl who makes it that we are coming back every day. We had left for our advenure at 10am and it was not 4:30. Not as big a day as our NY adventures, but big enough for me. It was really hot and sunny today and we were all exhausted by the time we reached our hotel. I reviewed the map and realised that we had covered a lot of ground. So good work team ...
I hope this blog will be as entertaining to you as my trip will most likely be.
This is definitely a trip of a lifetime.
See me in four months!
PS: I've made a promise to myself: Let the beard grow for the full extent of my trip. You will definitely see a difference with all the pictures!
... was given a Tiffany necklace. A Tiffany necklace for finishing !!! Di Papas - are you hearing this? All those marathons you've run - what do you have to show for it (apart from a super fit body) ?? So back to the room for a rest. No rip off wine time today. We're ready for dinner much earlier this time - around 7. Both decided we'd go somewhere simple (aka cheap) and so I decided not to change into a dress and heels like I've done every other night. Just went as I was. ...
... illuminated making it look so much more imposing and impressive in the night skyline another interesting feature of the church was the staircase from street level up to the church on the hill which was specifically designated for people to crawl up to the church on their hands and knees. It was a long way and would definately be a true sign of devotion to the church and your faith. After a few selfies we proceded to the top of Mont Royal to the observation point. This ...
... giving me time in the morning to catch up on things I may have missed the previous evening. After loading up on some fruit and snacks at the Metro (local grocery chain), it was time to pack up and head to Montreal. During check-out, I spoke to the guy at the front desk, he remembered me from yesterday. I tried getting some tips on where to stay in Montreal, etc. Next thing I knew, I had a room booked at the Travelodge - Downtown Montreal, as his 'cousin' and of course at the ...