B & B Gite Couette et Chocolat Inc.
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... were met by our French Professor, Djaouida Hamdani (pronounced Jow-oo-da).
When I was in France, one called a professor Madame, Mademoiselle, or Monsieur. Not so in Canada. Using those titles is overly formal, and students call their professors by their first name here. Also, in France, it was impolite to enter a shop without greeting the shopkeeper with a "Bonjour, Madame!" Here, people chuckle when you do that.
Djouda is a Caucasian ...
... br> provided enough clarity for our earlier than expected arrival. We had also anticipated bi-lingual signs and
directions, however, there was no English at all. We were back onto metric, but that’s about
the end the familiarity for us.
If you haven’t already, now is the time to pour the tea or vino and run the bath.
We followed ‘Nancy’ (our GPS) into downtown
Montreal and pulled over to find a café with wifi ...
... Mont Royal, and had a chance to look at the amazing views of the city below. The panorama was so beautiful that I decided to take a break and enjoy an ice cream cone while I watched the city below me. :)
To end the day, I walked back down from Mont-Royal, and headed into Vieux Montreal, the Old Town. On my way I got caught in a sudden downpour, which to me was a good sign that it was time to go and ...
... in Montréal. Kate feels we did not see as much as we could have done but I think we saw plenty, including the Musee des Beaux-Arts, the aforementioned Jardin Botanique, the Insectarium, the Biodome, the Planetarium, the Museum of History and Archaeology and the Biosphere (not to be confused with the Biodome). In addition we took a ride up to the top of the tower at Parc Olympique (which Kate insists is the USS Enterprise-E grounded) and enjoyed some excellent views of the ...
Montreal is a BEAUTIFUL city! It may be due to the entire place covered in 4 feet of snow, or the fact our faces are wrapped up tightly in scarfs and hoods, so we can't see anything.... No it's stunning! The 6 hour drive from Toronto to Montreal ended up taking 7.5 due to bad weather (ice pellets and rain turning the road into ice). There aren't many hours of daylight here, so when we arrived, we were at a different bus station than google maps had told ...