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Travel Blogs from Montreal
... seemed to be colder than before... What was that again, 'It's not that cold actually?' I dare you to say that again now!!!
Having agreed only minutes earlier that our hands were the first part of the body to hurt the most from the cold, Jessy and I were now starting to feel the pain setting in slowly. It was only four blocks until home and we had managed fine on our way to the store. Why the sudden extreme pain then?!
The first ...
... of the museum and saw some impressive pieces.
The following day we headed out to explore the Lachine Canal which I mentioned in the previous post. We walked for about 30 minutes and just as we were nearby, the skies opened and a torrential downpour halted our progress. We hid out in a doorway for a while before giving up on our plan and heading back to the underground walkways of the city. We chilled out for a bit then toured town ...
... kicked off the Napoleonic wars. Further investigation is required. A trip to the history museum in London may be on the cards when I get back. Particulalry to see how we so successfully dominated the globe in spite of other European nations. It's starting to look like we were barely at peace! And some museuming in DC will certainly help fill in the American blanks, though I'm sure they won't have much to say about their attacks in Canada. It also seems that whilst not ...
So far so good for today! Woke at 7.30 despite the late night, stayed in bed til 9 ish then went for a run. Hotting up here! Then had my second attempt at cooking pancakes which turned out a bit better this time. Re-organised my week a bit and am now leaving this hostel on Monday to go to Mont-Tremblant for three nights and then coming back here for three nights before taking the train to Québec city on July 1st. A Morrocan woman who ...
... appreciated spare seat. Dianne curls up on the two seats, and manages
to get an hour’s much-needed sleep. Afterwards we watch “The Hunger Games”,
though Dianne runs out of time and misses the ending.
Get into Montreal about 9pm, only an hour late after
making up some time. The airport is
almost empty, and we get straight through in minutes. Both airport experiences were completely
different, and MUCH faster than ...