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... Becky and Peter had those), fizzy water (Mike), and diet cola (me). We have about an hour to go before we arrive in Montreal. We arrived in Canada without incident—Yay! Then we had to go through customs, and passport control. Usually when you do this you have to pick up your bags and take them through the customs area and then redeposit them to be sent on to the next destination. Not in Montreal, though. They checked our luggage tags and then brought up ...
... came across a cross sculpture. Apparently it is illuminated at night and it can be seen from 80km away. Its a real pity that there was graffiti all over the base. We could walk right up to it, walk around it, but unfortunately, not up it. The views would have been spectacular. I have to reveal something personal here....my feet were ...freezing after all that walking outside in the park and pounding the streets. Weird right?! I had my new Canadiens beanie on to keep the top of ...
I look around. Yes, indeed, I am the only one with a puzzled look and a massive question mark circulating over my head like a shiny halo.
The geek in the row in front of me is completely indulged in the task of typing notes on his fancy tablet. Right now he is drawing very neat circles for the sequence the prof is explaining. Taking his time to be accurate he is falling behind with the actual ...
... 20 mins and then we boarded first so got great seats all together facing each other.
We arrived in Montreal to an afternoon shower so we took a cab to the apartment plus we had no idea where we were going in the city so we didn’t feel like navigating the Metro subway system with all of our bags. The cab driver actually gave us quite a lot of good information about the city and upcoming events and where to go for smoked meats (Schwartz deli apparently owned ...
... can switch to English and is more than willing to help. The politeness and friendliness of Canadians is unlike anything I have ever experienced. It is true that when two Canadians bump into each other, they both apologise.
The area had a very touristy feel. The streets carried a number of Canada tourist shops, selling more 'Canada Eh' shirts than you can throw a moose at. All the tourism compelled me to try my hand ...
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