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I spent the afternoon floating like a particle of dust in the other Notre Dame, the one that it is in Montréal. It is a very beautiful church, actually, and all caught up in the foundations of Franco settling in the vicinity of Mount Royal. The story goes that the city's founder, a man named Maisonneuve, promised the Virgin Mary that he would erect a cross on Mount Royal if she intervened to save the fledgling settlement from a ...
... to an alarm set off by an enthusiastic photographer reaching over a secured area to photograph the organ of which I have no photo.He was a very friendly person who was delighted to share with us his passion for Montreal, his people and the history of the Church and benefactors who included the Molson family. Thursday morning and we are off to Quebec with the weather yesterday being ...
... lie down. During this time Tom gave the children presents from Brazil.So cute! Sammy got some World Cup stickers, which he began sticking everywhere, and a brazil soccer team jersey and shorts. Adalia received some sandals with a buckle- which I had been looking everywhere for, but her foot is just so little. So these are great. Instead of lunch we had an early dinner at a steak house, followed by an early night for all. Travelling is ...
... The trains here are all under ground and very fast. They are slightly different to a normal train. They appear to have tubber wheels Dinner tonight was included at element restaurant. I had the fish, was yummy, with fresh veggies and roast potatoes. Desert was chocolate moose cake. After dinner we went to the Sir Winston Churchill pub, I sat outside with 3 other drinking cocktails while watch the rest of the group through the window. Eventually we moved inside and ...
... Royal, a mountain (see: large man made hill) in part of the city about 45 minutes walk away. Lost in my own little world I overshot the road I needed to take and ended up about 1km further away than I needed to be. No big deal. No rush, and it's nice to see the city. At the bottom of the hill I chilled out on some grass and finished the Micheal Critchon novel I started a while back. Another solid effort. The main gravelly road up to ...