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... a couple of sloths (very slow), crocodiles (snappy), monkeys (apparently - didn't see them so not convinced!), a lynx (hiding in his little house), beavers (cute little arms), tortoises (also slow), porcupine (spiky), and some little duck dudes with red feet that zipped and dived and flapped their little legs like a paddle steamer!
After the Biodome we headed for the Tower - the funicular. Like a glass fronted lift that went up a slope on the ...
... disagree about how to raise their kids, fight about money and careers, get bored with one another, grow apart, have affairs, get divorced (Pong! Dodged a bullet.)
You bear witness to everyone else’s story, dutifully bringing gifts to the weddings and baby showers and bottles of wine and episodes of Sex and the City to the breakups. Often times it feels as though life has left you hovering somewhere in between, stuck in the net.
Again it was a beautiful day in Montreal. Today I ventured around other parts if this fine city. Starting my day with a trip to the museum if fine arts. Musee des beaux-arts de Montreal as it's known around here. They have some free exhibits as well as some temporary ones which require a admission fee. The temporary exhibit is a Chihuly one so I figured I would save some money since I'd seen the one in Seattle already. The first exhibit I ...
It's around 11am by the time we leave Emily's apartment and head into downtown Montreal for breakfast. We find a great little cafe and spend a couple of hours there. Emily has invited me to join her family at a fishing lodge for the coming Canada Day long weekend. We ...
a language problem. We finally find our
map from our previous visit, and direct him.
Give him a large tip, as at least he’s trying. (Next day we find that we
were going East on Sherbrooke Ave, whereas we thought we were going West, which
is why we couldn’t recognise any landmarks).
Catch up with Adam and Olivia (our granddaughter) who is
still up (Lavinia is in London on business, and is due back tomorrow ...