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... for Linda and Angie! Amazing how young they both look!
Wednesday arrives quickly and we begin our preparation for our trip to Barcelona. I apparently have too many secret pockets and spend a couple of anxious moments in the airport locating my passport....wow, we are off to a good start!
Breaking up our flight to Barcelona turns out to be a mixed blessing. With only a six hour flight ...
... treating them with dignity. • Almost no one leaves tips to waiters and when we give them one, they are really surprised and grateful. • Irish people never drink Black Velvet, and even warn us that drinking one is at our own risk. No Irish Car Bomb either • Irish people love Chirstmas decoration, all year long! • The houses are very nice and very well maintained. • There are really a lot of pubs. Really! But convenience stores, not so many... • ...
On our first full day in Montreal we decided to visit the Old Port and Old Town. We were staying a 10 minute walk away so got ourselves easily to the NotreDame Basillica, which looked incredibly from the outside, sorry not paying $10 to see a church even a super pretty one, do google it.
Happily Montreal is somewhere that does invite just walking around and peering at things , which ...
... Agents name and email address for house next door to us. Peter and Margaret never mentioned selling a bit sneaky doing it while we are away but I will email the agent and tell him the dividing fence is not the regulated height of 1.8m it is 1.5m and we can see Peter's head when he is watering. We would like the fence at the correct height before they sell.
Did some of today's blog while Richard was watching TV and using his ipad till it was time for bed.
... order to get a cellphone or even book bus tickets in Brazil, you need a sort of Social Security Number called a CPF. The process of getting this CPF is laborious and lengthy, I had to go to about half a dozen offices and wait several hours to get my hands on this precious piece of paper.
The people in Brazil were overall actually very friendly and helpful. The crime level or danger was far lower than what we had imagined ...