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My knees and feet ache tonight! Glad I will be sitting on a train tomorrow. Well, at least after I gat to the station! Which will be in the middle of morning rush hour.
Started out the day doing a bit of wash. Trying to keep those clothes clean.
Walked to the Metro. I will say, most of the time I have gotten on some young person has gotten up and offered their seat. And I have to say I ...
... not understand this principle, why would you give these seats to crew, but then it dawned on me, economy seats pay for the flight, you need paying bums in those seats. We are now in Toronto, relaxing in the lounge waiting for our flight to Edmonton which boards at 12:00 PM. We have made it home safe and sound! It was a fantastic trip, once again a memorable one! Until the next trip ...
... we both agreed we were able to stand and endure the cold winters but would probably never ever come to be fully used to it and regard it as normal. Everything below 0 C could not be considered normal.
By the time we reached the first grocery store we quietly admitted that it really was cold but still, we were alright and could feel all of our limbs. Coming out of the second supermarket our hand were now fully occupied with carrying our heavy bags and ...
... into what looks like a locker room, go through into the fire escape stairwell, down one flight of stairs into the basement and there you are in another long corridor. This corridor is to the changing rooms and then voila out the other side into an Olympic sized swimming pool.
The pool was salt water but heated and very good with friendly staff. It was busy but as it is such a big pool it never felt crowded. Jenny is a water baby so she did ...
... swapping languages. After wandering around downtown Montreal we decided to regroup back at the B&B before we headed back into town. The plan was to go to a bar next to the club where 'Arcade Fire' were playing at and see if we can spot them or even better if we could somehow score tickets. We had read that it was only a tiny club and all the tickets were taken by the bands friends and family or hard core fans that had lined up for 8 hours the previous day. We had ...