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... no such thing in Canada), we headed down ......the Rue which divides East and west Montreal (actually Rue Sainte Laurent..they are big into Saints here)Helen befriended an artisan who was setting up his stall for the day. He has been doing this for 40 years and was a wealth of knowledge. He showed us the hotel where Charles Dickens stayed and the building he used for "shows", now a museum and shopping centre. It amazes me how many places are titled Art Gallery which ...
... the whole place had a really nice vibe overall. After walking down the entire length of the main street, we settled on lunch at 1000 Grams after spotting their deal for beer and nachos. The local beer was good, the nachos were pretty average and service was a little slack, but friendly enough.
We then moved on to the nearby Latin Quarter, having read about its vibrant culture. Rue St Denis is the main strip and it was buzzing. After walking up and down, Les ...
... photos don't even do it justice and I don't even like nature but I was pretty gob smacked at how beautiful it really is (so imagine those huge **** off jigsaw puzzles that are like a billion pieces, the ones of the mountains with little houses and amazing coloured trees that's pretty much how it looks but a million times more stunning). On the bus again to the main stop for the day at the mount tromblant, it's a ski resort in the winter but ...
... us to a true Jewish deli experience complete with a long line in the rain for their famous smoked meat sandwich. The rain washed out most of our plans of exploring and we opted for a local pub with a World Cup game on. We bid goodbye to our friends and relaxed the rest of the evening each taking advantage of the jacuzzi tub onboard while it lay unused.
The crew enjoyed a night out together at Cirque de Soleil, Montreal being it's birthplace, the newest ...
... disagree about how to raise their kids, fight about money and careers, get bored with one another, grow apart, have affairs, get divorced (Pong! Dodged a bullet.)
You bear witness to everyone else’s story, dutifully bringing gifts to the weddings and baby showers and bottles of wine and episodes of Sex and the City to the breakups. Often times it feels as though life has left you hovering somewhere in between, stuck in the net.