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... and dessert on the house with the chefs apologies. Back to hotel and checked on our flight to Calgary to discover we didn't have an e ticket or a reservation number to check details. Rang our tour director but no success. Sent an email to apt but have to wait till morning for a response. Not ...
... Kiera had had a nightmare last night as I heard her wake up and say 'no no' in English as it happens. She said it was something about her and Gianluca missing a flight. For today's activities they were going to go canoeing, possibly ziplining and to a spa. For myself, I was in the process of arranging an hour's horse riding, and the assistant manager of the hostel came over with the phone and booked it for me for 12.30pm whilst I was eating breakfast. ...
... Eli would like me to give him lessons when we get home :) Quick run down of the afternoon/night: Kids and Pat took a swim in the roof-top pool of the hotel (Hotel le Cantlie). Pool is on the 28th floor and has a beautiful view of the city (we are right downtown). Walked to Montreal's Notre Dame Walked to Vieux-Montreal (Old Montreal), where we spent the rest of the evening. It has a very old, European ...
... visit the Basilique Notre-Dame but we more than made up for that with the selection of other things we did, and despite its size the city is very easy to get around. We used the Metro, as it serviced all the places we wanted to visit, and it is efficient, clean and easy to use. I suspect it was the Metro that made Kate warm up to the city in the end (although she is still disappointed we went on every line but the blue line). She does so enjoy trains. Even French ones it turns ...
... most beautiful strawberries I have ever eaten.
Caught the bus home, going most of the length of rue Sainte-Catherine, which is the main commercial street of downtown Montreal, so many interesting shops and not many people about. These large North American towns are fairly flat, and some streets can go for miles.
When we got home about 5pm, the temperature was -18, feels like -28. And about to get colder. The boys are in a cottage in Yorkshire for 5 days ...