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... have lots of happy memories. Over the years we have greatly enjoyed a number of visits with Brad and all the members of his family when they have come to Australia. He is now 39 years old and has a beautiful wife Melanie and 2 lovely kids, Emma and Charles. We met Emma when she was only 10 months old on a visit to Sydney, so Charles was the only member of the family that we hadn't met.
When we emailed Brad to tell him that we would be staying at the Fairmont ...
... tant que ça... • Les villages sont tous sympathiques avec leurs maisons colorées. • Les routes sont vraiment très étroites et il y a beaucoup de ronds points/carrefours giratoires (round about). • Les noms de rues sont optionnels, mais quand présents, sont sous la forme de toute petite pancarte sur le côté des bâtiments. Vive les GPS! • Les irlandais ne soupent pas tard. Dernière table à 21h! • ...
... prepared ourselves for this poutine with a trek up Mont Royal and Skating to build up a suitable appetite. This tiny bar/ café didn’t scream glamour or cool, seating about 8 people around a pretty shabby bar with a menu drawn on the wall in felt tip. The poutine was worth it though, this time with some pretty amazing roast beef for one and bacon for the other.
We were also firmly told, nay commanded, by a number of sources to visit ...
... and other such endeavours. In this case a French guy, Raphael, living in Montreal heard about the hunt and posted online to see if he could get a team together. All those interested were invited to meet up at a bar, Les Foufounes Electrique, and the Surfing Foufs was born: 3 French, 2 Moroccans, 4 Canadians, 1 Belgian and me!
The next time I meet up with the guys is the night the challenge starts. On the ...
... was also an exhibition of sculptures made out of plants throughout the gardens. The gardens cover a large area and take a few hours to go round but there are a couple of cafes which sell draught beer and snacks. The sculptures were amazing so I include a few photos o some of them.
Montreal is a city which grows on you the longer you stay so I am glad we had 3 days to get around it. It does not have the beauty of Quebec bu has plenty of good places to visit.