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Arrive in Montreal airport I sweltering heat, taxi to hotel, really nice driver. Apartment on 23 floor overlooking city in university area, streets a bit like Melbourne (dirty), transport system good if a bit complicated, spent the day recovering from the journey. Plan to see, Uni, old port, old city,Notre Damn & underground city, this place has 6 months of winter!
... of cheddars, we couldn’t say no to trying them all! There were easily 2 dozen different
varieties. That was lunch taken care of!
We finished our culinary tour with a visit
to Champlain Chocolates. We sampled a
delicious truffle, and bought a small variety of chocs for later. Whilst wandering around these stops we learnt
of the Von Trapp Lodge just up the road.
The Von Trapp family of The Sound of Music
... still more uphill to go. To get to the summit of the park, you either have to climb dozens of incredibly steep stairs, or continue walking uphill along a series of switchbacks and paths. I had time to kill, so I decided to take my time walking through the park on the paths I was able to see some of the other sights in the park as well, including Maison Smith and Beaver Lake. Finally I reached the top at ...
... to these two ladies to pay proper attention to my drinks. Young Sophia starting getting on really well with a young Quebecian separatist named Simon. This worked out wonderfully. At the last place on the pub crawl we decided we weren't in the mood for nightclubing and he was able to take us to a microbrewery. I was very happy to be able to try some local beers. We also order nachos. We all chatted for ages and I learnt about how Quebec would like to be a separate ...
... gourmet supermarket to buy some ingredients for dinner. On the menu tonight was beef and vegetable thai satay with uncle bens wild rice. It was so delicious and it had been really nice to be able to cook our own home made dinners the past couple of nights. It was clear Erin had missed red meat as she ate her bowl of stir fry and then went back for more, picking out the chunks of steak. It's been really difficult in Europe to get good red meat that's affordable so we ...