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... was sad that we were leaving.
Going from Toronto to Montreal is actually quite interesting, as crossing the provincial border between Ontario and Quebec is like crossing into another country. While in Ontario, people speak English and all the signage and writing is in English, in Quebec, everything is French. It just adds a little extra challenge in getting around, but it's actually quite fun :).
Getting to the hotel required us to take the subway, which is ...
... have any dressing on it at all—what’s with that?. We also had a hot roll (which was actually warm—that's amazing as they are usually stone cold) and a cookie (chocolate chip and currant—ick!--I ate it anyway, though). And since it is an international flight we get wine if we want it—so we each had a small red wine and Becky and Peter had a small white wine. Oh yes, Mike got an after dinner drink—a Bailey’s Irish Cream. ...
... 200], we arrived ahead of schedule. Incidentally at meal times the lighting was changed to some weird pink lighting - got me wondering if it's the same ploy used by supermarkets in the meat aisle to make the food look more appetising!!! Anyway, back to the travel. By coincidence, my great friend, former colleague and all-round gem, Kim and her husband, were arriving into Toronto within 15 minutes of me landing. But alas there was no chance meeting over ...
... of restaurants along with an open air stage and a handicraft shopping centre situated along the pier. We also noticed many colourful posters advertising various stage shows, temorary exhibits and events in this area over the summer period. There is also a big top tent located at this pier which is home to the world famous Cirque du Soleil. Unfortunately we missed out on seeing a performance because the summer season had ended for the year. Across the road along Rue de ...
... the current temporary exhibition, Mediterranean archaeology, pre-Columbian art, African art and a hall of bronzes.Then there's decorative arts and design, International art, Quebec and Canadian art, an art and education center, an auditorium, cafe and even a concert hall in a former church. Needless to say, it would've been impossible to see all of it in one day and I dared not try. Instead, I made my way through some of the permanent collections in International ...