Habitation du Vieux Montreal
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... go on this earlier flight instead. She said it was still cancelled but that I can go on the 1030 which was just at the gate.
It was already 1010 so I had to run thru security ...
... pronunciation) s'il vous plait.
Barista: Un quoi?
Me: A cappuccino?
Barista: (clearly thinking I'm nuts at this point, and also changing to perfect English to help me out) Oh a cappuccino! What size would you like?
Here there was some more coffee ordering bits that took place in English so I won't bother writing it blow-by-blow.
Barista: If that's all your total is $x.xx
Me: 谢谢, merci, um thanks.
Wish me ...
... Old World charm still intersects with Old World respect for time and the value of "slow". One such green space I walked past while researching hotels today had a piano sitting out in the open with a small girl plunking merrily away.
The second part of our planned walk comes after lunch with a bus ride to Mount Royal, the promontory above town which lent its name to the city (Mount Royal = Montreal). Mount Royal Park offers several miles of broad ...
... you know it would have only been fleeting! We head downtown and found Chinatown...hhmmm... Couldn't help ourselves as we looked for some vietnamese pho...nothing like a hot noodle soup to warm us up! The Chinatown seemed smaller than the one in Brisbane. We pushed into the wind down by the wharf ( I thought I was going to get blown off my feet at one stage) and we find the Notre Dame Basilica. The number ...
... a baby moose, just standing in the middle of the road. She seemed a bit confused with the car there. We then carried on through Bigelow, Stratton and past Lake Flagstaff and Eustis. The last few towns we drove through had loads of American flags lining the houses and shops and even trees. The bridges seemed to have Canadian flags on them. We then crossed into Canada at Coburn Gore. It was a smooth and easy entry, we were the only car there. The immigration ...