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... speaking wards. We happened to pick the right one. This happened to be high council Sunday so it was pretty typical. The guest speaker was an18 year old young man and he gave a great talk about gratitude. On the other hand, the high council speaker read his talk entirely and the whole congregation was filled with sleeping adults, and crying fighting children by the end. Everyone at church was curious and friendly and wanted to know who we were. We had ...
... is that people both smoke and eat red meat. Both healthy signs against the "worship health" above all else establishment. Life is about more than trying to live an extra couple of days.
Lunch at the Vieux-Port Steakhouse. Corn chowder was delicious with a heavy cream base. Steak, frites and green beans. Garlic butter on top of the steak. This makes all those miles yesterday seem not so long. Server knew to say that St. Ambrose amber ale is local.
... hedghogs and lots of seabirds. I was hanging out for the sub antarctic zone which was next. They had gentoo, rockhopper, macaroni and king penguins there which was awesome. I spent about 15 minutes there just watching them swimming around and jumping. Right next door were a set of puffins which were just awesome and have now joined the ranks as some of my favourite animals. The last part of the biodome was the fossils which we spent about 5 minutes at cuz it ...
... for winter), the Biosphere, a large amusement / theme park, an Olympic Rowing Basin and the item which sparked my interest, the Canadian Formula One track. We hired a Bixi bike each (Montreal equivalent of a Boris bike) and crossed a bridge over to the second island and turned straight onto the Grand Prix circuit. The circuit is open throughout the summer, bar June when the Grand Prix is in town, and is open to all to cycle, walk, skate or drive around. ...
I felt guilty this morning as I was just happy to laze around in the condo. There was an amazing city out there to see but I had a headache and it was nice to be out of the saddle for once. Looking out the window looked like a Zombie Apocalypse. The place was deserted, and it was Canada Day! I was expecting carnivals and street parties everywhere.
We left for a walkabout and headed for Mount Royal. This is where we found the occupants of ...