Le Gite De La Belle Rive
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... While we are here there is an exhibition of many photos and other items relating to that event, which was very interesting to view. We ventured out in the evening to an area recommended by our friend Kim, and found Grumpy's bar, but the live entertainment did not start till 10pm, well past our bedtime! However, after a drink we went upstairs to a delightful seafood restaurant overlooking the street where a piano man was playing, ...
... early history of Montreal and Canada.
Called into a nice little restaurant for a bowl of coffee and shared a warm apple turnover. Not too many photos today, as it is too cold to take off my gloves and stand still for the 3 seconds necessary to focus.
We spent so much time at the museum, it was time to go home. We annoyed the commuters (and me) by running for, ...
... the train as it gave you wi-fi and also free drinks and food, plus extra leg room which helps when u have a 4hour train ride ahead of you.
The countryside was not a bad view we saw some pretty colours as we raced along at nearly 180kph so the time went smoothly and before you knew it we were in Montreal and waiting to board the next leg of our journey. the station was massive and people were all going different directions for trains either arriving ...
... t help that it had started sprinkling for the last few laps and it wasn't getting less heavy. We wanted to head downhill and see the lower town as this is one of the oldest areas with art galleries and little shops amongst winding streets near the boat harbour. This area was equally beautiful but we were both getting fairly wet due to the consistent rain that had been falling for the last hour or so so we decided to start walking back to our apartment. We stopped in at ...
- Enough socks and underwear. My rule of thumb is to pack enough clothes for a week, regardless of the length of the trip, since I can usually manage to do / find laundry every week or so. Outer layers can usually be worn several times before they need a wash, but socks and undies are, obviously, non-negotiable. Pack enough pairs and an extra one or two just in case.
- Jeans. In the pro vs. con debate, ...