La Perrot Damoise
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... one of the salesgirls hands us 2 large iced teas, claiming they were extra stock, and rather than tossing them, she was gifting them to us! Lucky - and on such a hot, sunny day, they were a very welcome gift. Outside on the hot red terrasse running the length of Saint-Denis, we sipped our iced teas.
... is home to "Tam Tam's". A variety of drummers just get together and play their drums.....passing the beat and rhythms to each other. Drummers arrive, set up and join in. We listened for a long time. We then hiked to the top of Mount Royal to a spectacular view of Montreal. Metro and bus back to our hotel. We decided ...
... river. They looked not dissimilar to the Forth Rail and Road Bridges we turned back and into Quebec, parked the car and in bright sunshine strolled long the Governors Promenade next to the hotel. This was created to celebrate Quebec's 350th anniversary and there are also 350 steps to climb. It was getting too near time for drinks and canapés to climb them all!! In the evening we returned to the convivial atmosphere of ...
... was on the brink of being extinguished. It wasn't strong enough to last even seconds, either that or my little, apostate's hand was inherently incapable. I stood there and willed the candle to burn. It fluttered and dipped and I watched and willed harder. Eventually, it prevailed. As soon I saw it burn strongly enough, I ran from the church as though I was trying to outrun the endings of things. Out into the Montréal night, the darkening ...
... in the biggest food court I have ever seen, in central station & check out what we will need to do on Friday when we go to Toronto by VIA rail, seems easy. Had great Chinois food for lunch, dumpling soup, my favourite. The took the metro back to the hotel to rest & do a bit of ...