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Travel Blogs from Montreal
... I go back outside to livelier surroundings.
I walk to downtown and initially head for the contemporary art gallery. On arrival though I decide against it and continue enjoying the sun instead. Around the art centre there is a promenade and steps littered with people sunbathing and sipping iced coffee. I wander around the shops for a while until I find what I wish was my second home.
A small boutique, hidden away entices me in with its peculiar window ...
... eventually through town full of signs in French [what ever happened to bi-lingual?]. One turn took us down a narrow road with cars parked on both sides to I could not get through and Linda had to stop traffic so I could back the trailer out . Another side street had more pot holes than street. Finally we found a bridge that was not closed and made it to the camp site.
Sorry not pic - glad there is no audio
... one leg in the canoe and one leg
outside, which is used to push the canoe along the ice. The true purpose of
this stance becomes evident in the races out on the river, where the ice is a
lot more treacherous. At the half-way mark they have to do a very sharp turn,
and return along the same route. This involves a lot of action as the crew
members have to manoeuvre the boats at great speed, while changing their
positions in the boat at the ...
Each day more enticing complementary snacks are added to our room along with the beautifully boxed cashews, pistachios and jelly beans. Not forgetting the elegantly presented Ric************ condoms…..well not actually HIS…… but you know…they clearly think of EVERYTHING!
... had a really nice vibe, and a good mix of old and new buildings, whereas Quebec city was very medieval french, and that was about it. By the point in the day it was almost 6pm and we'd been out in the boiling hot sun all day so we all agreed to head back to the hostel. On the way my feet like they were giving in, as we'd had two days of lots of walking, although I suppose I'd better get used to that what with all the hiking we're planning to do in the national ...