B & B Gite Couette et Chocolat Inc.
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... A welcome committee of Aunt Annette and a young British couple enlisted by Rene made our first day so wonderful. They made sure we got in okay and got the wifi on. I think our biggest challenge will be finding each other in this spacious apartment.
Going to be a tres bon exchange, je pense. Meanwhile, Rene and Marie are in our Victoria place. Hope they enjoy a compact ...
... they made an announcement that all flights into Toronto were cancelled due to freezing rain and that we would be returning to the terminal.
Once back we stood in line at the Air Canada counter to be rebooked. They were putting people on flights for early afternoon but we had the choice of the Island Airport or the ...
... pronunciation) s'il vous plait.
Barista: Un quoi?
Me: A cappuccino?
Barista: (clearly thinking I'm nuts at this point, and also changing to perfect English to help me out) Oh a cappuccino! What size would you like?
Here there was some more coffee ordering bits that took place in English so I won't bother writing it blow-by-blow.
Barista: If that's all your total is $x.xx
Me: 谢谢, merci, um thanks.
Wish me ...
... pools. We spent about an hour here which I found chaotic because I kept losing sight of Samuel in the sea of children. Adalia stayed mostly on my lap. When our fun times at the park ended in tears we moved on to look for squirrels. An easy task I soon discovered. It was sad though, while Samuel was chasing squirrels I noticed the homeless men wandering around stopping at any piece of rubbish inspecting it for left over food. For a country that taxes 15% on ...
... charming. Whilst I'm staying in a 1960's high rise the rest of the street is old brown brick residences converted into shops, pubs and cafés, it's also in a backstreet of downtown so it has that tucked away feel and to be honest I have not ventured that far away from it. It's just so comfortable. Oh and there's the speaking French thing! I'll admit that I didn't spend a lot of time brushing up on the old high school French, but, it takes being thrown in the deep end ...