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Travel Blogs from Montreal
... and ears warm-too bad for the beanie hair. I bought it in readiness for the ice hockey match that we were going to watch that night. I got a team themed toque (did you like that unintended alliteration??!!) By the way did you know that beanies are known as toques here in Canada? Now you do. Oh..its pronounced as 'toke'. I had also invested in $5 gloves from Walmart with fancy thread on the thumb and fingers to allow the use of the smart phone, texting etc (and yes we tested ...
... The trains here are all under ground and very fast. They are slightly different to a normal train. They appear to have tubber wheels Dinner tonight was included at element restaurant. I had the fish, was yummy, with fresh veggies and roast potatoes. Desert was chocolate moose cake. After dinner we went to the Sir Winston Churchill pub, I sat outside with 3 other drinking cocktails while watch the rest of the group through the window. Eventually we moved inside and ...
- Enough socks and underwear. My rule of thumb is to pack enough clothes for a week, regardless of the length of the trip, since I can usually manage to do / find laundry every week or so. Outer layers can usually be worn several times before they need a wash, but socks and undies are, obviously, non-negotiable. Pack enough pairs and an extra one or two just in case.
- Jeans. In the pro vs. con debate, ...
... and several other groups to build a canal that would allow ships to bypass the treacherous Lachine Rapids. They didn’t achieve their goal until 1825 and once it opened Montreal grew and thrived and much trade was taken away from Quebec City.
Jane suggested Chris and I rent bikes and go and she would look after Zach for the morning until we returned in the afternoon. Bless her. So once again we went down to Old Montreal and the Port area (the start of the ...
... tea. We walked downtown from the Chez Maurice location on Mont Royale plateau along Saint Laurent, old harbour area, old town, and then walked back along St Denis. Called into the supermarket for some soup and makings of a light dinner. Maurice graciously allowed us the use of his kitchen to prepare our meals. We were in bed and asleep by ...
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