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... to SAQ Selections to replenish the wine stock. This is fantastic wine shop. It is about a third of the size of a Dan Murphy and has wines from all over the world but the focus is on French wine. There is so much choice that it takes us ages to make our selections.
We headed back to the house with our wine collection and before we knew it, it was time for dinner, wine and good conversation. Once again we are all pretty tired and had an early ...
... to guide a ball along, and heaps of different building blocks; magnetic, wooden, foam. Doesn't sound like much but Sammy could have stayed in there ALL day. Plus most of the activities required a parents help so it was lovely to play with the kids and help them learn how to problem solve. We had lunch at the duck pond outside and attempted feeding the ducks, but the seagulls made it quite difficult as they started swooping ...
... nu moet hij tot na nieuwjaar rusten. Hij is bijgevolg moeilijk te been en kan me jammer genoeg niet rond de stad gidsen. Op dag een ga ik naar Service Canada om mijn SIN (Social Insurance Number) aan te vragen, uiterst belangrijk om wat dan ook te doen in dit land. Ik bezoek het oude stadsgedeelte, drink een white velvet (witbier met appelcider) in een piratencafé en PO neemt me mee naar een repetitie van zijn band, country-rock in het ...
... the Pantheon in Rome with its immense colonnaded edifice and domed ceiling. Since it was the weekend we were unable to take a peek inside but apparently the interior has 32 marble columns and coffered 20m ceiling in Italian renaissance style. The grandeur of this building means it could very easily be mistaken for a city hall or another notable government building rather than a bank. It is very impressive. On the southern edge of the square there were a few tacky tourist ...
``Marche le pied St. Therese`` (Walking St. Therese)
Today is a perfectly Canadian Spring afternoon. It`s warm, but not hot. It`s breezy, but not blowy. The the Maple tree lined streets provide intermittent shade on a very lazy stroll around the village of St. Therese.
We are staying with Jonesy`s surrogate, and very French-Canadian family. Over a decade ago he lived in Montreal, not with me, as many think. They are gracious, ...