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Travel Blogs from Montreal
... sit and be sketched. Street entertainers dominate the crowds with a show of some such random act like unicycling whilst balancing a giraffe on their nose (maybe it wasn't quite as good as that)
After wondering around with Mark and Andy and grabbing a death defying coffee (Andy saved me from falling off my chair and breaking my neck, who'd have thought he had reflexes quite that quick) I break away from them for a walk on my own.
The sun has turned ...
... the airport.
We had to travel nearly 40 miles of this system to get through Toronto - we stayed at max speed [ which is the slow lane] and let everyone pass - at the end of this stretch my fingers were numb from gripping the wheel so tightly.
So we traveled on through Ontario about 350 miles and encountered 10 construction zones that required getting down to one lane for 5 to 10 miles. Also ...
February Quebec City
Once again Dianne has about four hours deep sleep before
waking, and is not able to get back to sleep. About 7am ends up going down to
the 6th floor where there is a gym, swimming pool and spa, and not
many people at this time of day. She does
about 20 mins on bike, then a short swim in the heated pool, followed by the
spa, which is heated to 104F. The whole ...
... from shops, bars, parks, subway and downtown.
Had a little wander about while Michelle (the French maid) tidied up from previous occupants. She was lovely and gave us suggestions, mainly for food. She loved to eat … and talk! Very cute. Just a young uni student. We took a lovely walk through de Mont Royal Park and a small squiz at the McGill Uni football field (saw a squirrel make a touchdown) ...
... made into bowls, juice cartons made into notebooks and bracelets that were made out of bits of car and bicycle tyres- it was really cool. When we were done at the pier, we went into old Montreal to find the underground malls that Casey had told us were built to allow the locals the move about the city in the winter when it's too cold to go outside. Unfortunately we were able to find them, but whilst we were looking we did manage to practice our new favourite game ...