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... is old. Walking around Montreal one can see a lot old and big buildings - this City used to be the economic capital of Canada, when the settlers first came in. Years later, as the English took the country over, they decided to keep Montreal, and the whole of Quebec as french-canadian, as they wanted the change of government to happen as smoothly as possible. Although this seems like a nice idea, nobody realised at first that now a bunch of ...
... dollars! So much for the heads up information regarding parking from our landlords - Grrr.... We headed off, me mumbling away to myself, to the nearest Metro station, bought our 2 day pass & continued downtown. Climbed out of the station, got our bearings & started walking. That's our usual thing, one foot after the other! We walked all through the old part of the city, across to the river and then used the Metro to get back to our accommodation ...
Murphy's Law of Vacations
Why is it that all the work arrives right before vacation time? I don't know, but it never fails: I book a vacation for a time when I think things will be quiet, basically ensuring that it will in fact end up being the busiest week of the year.
After a mad-dash scramble to get everything done that needed doing, I managed to escape from the office yesterday, breathing a sigh of relief.
Dark n' early
... main entrance to the park opposite a very impressive university campus and headed up the hill. We were looking for the viewpoint of the city but stumbled across the Chalet instead. It was an absolute scorcher so decided this was the perfect place to stop for a nice cream! Whilst cooling off in some deck chairs we were treated to an impromptu performance of German Unicyclists. They were very good! There was another interesting sounding signpost so we headed off ...
... of Montreal's highways & bridges a bit disconcerting! Especially when you are passing under a bridge with big chunks of concrete missing! Also new to us where highway signs with Min 60 Max 100 speed limits! You also have to remember there are no right turns on red lights in Montreal.
It was an absolutely beautiful 30km drive from Montreal Old Port along the Lachine Canal & the ...