Le Chasseur B&B
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... and 1of restaurants. There were more machines than we have ever seen, but everything was in French, the logos, wording, buttons etc etc. Anyway, we saw the rain off, had a nice dinner and managed to stay solvent for the rest of the trip.
The hotel is lovely, and French, our first taxi driver never spoke English so missed out on the fare. The old part of town is just like parts of Paris.
Anyway, another full day tomorrow, so off to bed !
... seemed like such a waste to pay for a carriage ride that you didn't even enjoy.
We had been walking for about 15 minutes and the cold was starting to sink in, so we decided to stop at Pointe-a-Calliere, a archeolocial museum that shows the history of Montreal and is a good place to get an overview of the origins of the city. We weren't the only people who had that idea, though, so we waited in line for a bit before getting our tickets. ...
... that the flight has been delayed for 35 minutes....a full 25 minutes longer than was posted on the schedule! Once again we have proven our travel resilience...hmmm!
Our short flight to Barcelona is uneventful with a bubbly and gracious hostess who lived in the southern US and speaks five languages providing us with impeccable service. We land in Barcelona's beautiful airport and are immediately aware of ...
... a trusted companion on this trip.
Bike running great and the Anikees did well in the wet.
Reached the Royal Victoria College residence at McGill around 7:15 Montreal time after winding my way through downtown streets. West Island corporate sprawl this is not.
Nor is Montreal the quiet, self assured and humble Halifax. A walk down Rue University to Rue St. Catherine's was a rapid wake up to the nonstop, over branded, look at ...
... behind on schedule, but good to go! At least that is what we thought… After only 200 meters the cars behind us started flashing and when I jumped out at one of the stopping lights to check which bag was hanging out of the back of the car, I noticed that we were in bigger trouble. Our tire had probably hit a rock that was hidden in the snow and it was as flat as could be. One of the guys had some experience with changing tires and was able to replace the flat ...