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... came to a junction where we turned off the mainline and were now on what
seemed like some old railway from about a 100 years ago. I had been taking a
nap in my compartment when the noise changed from a smooth running kind of
noise to the old ckickdy-clack kind of noise. The track we were now on was all
short jointed lengths and was also quite rough. Chatting to the chap in-charge
of my coach he tells me that this is the old line and that a super new line has
... will wash away the French culture that this place still possesses in abundance.
Our hostel happened to be in the Gay quarter. I hadn't showered since the previous evening, my hair was a mess and I was wearing a creased t-shirt and swimming shorts which I'd doubled up as general shorts. Apparently some of the locals didn't mind, and I seemed to turn heads.
The hotel itself was run down in a charming sort of way, and I was totally sold when I found a Nintendo ...
... intensely about our stay in Montreal and especially our stay in the States. After a ten-minute conversation with the border lady we were good to go. The rest of the journey was rather flawless, besides the rain showers and heavy storm we encountered the last two hours before arriving in Boston. We entered the gates of Boston College at 10 pm, satisfied and happy to be home safe.
It was an amazing weekend with great people and many bonding moments (I would say ...
... but we can't understand each other.
We had lunch at a food court, and it is such a pleasure to see so much fresh healthy sensible food after the junk in USA. Not everything comes with fries and a bottomless coke.
After several attempts, we found the Atwater Markets, a fabulous undercover farmers' market, with the most amazing butchers, fromageries, bakers, and a chocolate shop from heaven, which gave very generous samples. Of course we bought some. ...
... and theme park. We also passed the disc golf course. A course thats like golf but you throw a disc into a large metal/steel bin. Interesting but dont know why you wouldn't just build a simple golf course. On arrival back to Middle Island the 12.05pm ferry was ready to take us back to the dock in the city. 15 minutes later we arrived on the harbourfront and headed east in the city towards the famous St Lawrence market. Situated on Front Street. This market has ...