Les Apparts du Vieux Montreal
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... removed in the late 1800's for fear they were too heavy. These statues have disappeared and only one head has survived...no one knows what happened to the others.
we also visited the crypt and the archeological site under the chapel. This site is still active, they believe they have discovered the graves of 9 nuns who died of an unknown highly contagious disease.
Our tour guide has a Masters in Archaeology and is studying to be a teacher. Needless to say ...
... river where he told us about the bridges and statues we could see. The knowledge this man has is amazing and I am so envious. It makes me want to learn about my own city. We cycled all over seeing amazing building and quirky homes. There weren't enough photo stops so I took some whilst cycling. As you know my balance is awful yet I managed to stay on. There were only three or four occasions that were a close call. One was nearly a ...
... a beavers tail, hence the name) covered in Nutella, sprinkled with Reece's pieces then drizzled over that is like this peanut butter amazingness, I literally had two bites, picked of the Reece's pieces and threw it in the bin and felt so guilty I spent the rest of the afternoon walking up and down the mountain about 4 times haha but now I can say I've done it and probably won't do it again haha I'll stick with my tuna and herbal teas thanks!! ...
... so much fun and relaxation, the owners arrived back in Montreal with family in tow and we spent another 10 days docked in Old Montreal as they explored the city. We were gifted one more day off here before setting back on the water and we jammed in as much excitement as possible in 24 hours. Captain Steve and I booked a hotel room in town so we could stretch out and enjoy some alone time before another long stretch that lay ahead. We hike up Mount Royal, the highest peak in the ...
... rough the road gets. Never taking one another for granted. A good laugh now and then.
And while it can’t rub my feet or call me in the middle of the day to say it misses me, the world and I have the rest of it down in spades.
Sure, we have major disconnects. Drag-'em-out fights. Complete communication breakdowns. Moments when we border on disrespecting one another. Times when it feels like the other is against us, rather than on ...