Victorian Heritage Bed and Breakfast
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... down to its syrup form.
It takes 40 gallons (?? Litres) of sap to make 1 gallon of syrup. The syrup grade changes over the season, with
the highest grade, most delicate flavor being produced at the beginning of the
season. Towards the end of the season
the syrup produced is much darker and stronger in flavor.
Next on the agenda was a visit to Ben and
Jerry’s ice cream factory! OMG. We took the $4 tour, which was pretty ...
... walking tour through Downtown Montreal. I loved how many of the old buildings - like the Basilique-Cathédrale Marie-Reine-du-Monde and the
Cathédrale Christ Church - sat right next to dozens of skyscrapers - like the
Tour KPMG building and 1000 rue de la Gauchetière (this building is at the maximum height for Montreal's building codes). They're like little widows to Montreal's history alongside ...
... 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 ...
... and gravy is a very heavy meal. Great pub experience tho. It was fun talking to the bilingual waiter and getting some insight into life in the cold but beautiful city.
After we were stuffed with poutine, we went and saw the show. It was great!! We missed parts due to our lack of French language understanding, but it didn't matter. The acrobatics were incredible! Seeing cirque de soleil in their home town was special and we loved every second of the ...
Only a week and we will be home. While we are having a wonderful time, it will be great to be back in San Carlos with our family, friends, and home. We went on a 3 hour walking tour of Montreal led by an interesting guy named Martin. And while he was interesting, he kept giving out wrong facts which Jeff being the college history major asked about. Of course, Martin was used to adoring sponges and responded by putting my ...