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... chance to explore the old town. We wandered through the back streets and along the pier and waterfront. We were expecting the temperatures to be much cooler than in New York but it hasn't been the case and Sandra regretted wearing jeans and a thick T-shirt! It has been really nice to be able to not have to carry jumpers and coats but to be fair we would be doing the same in the UK this summer.
Montreal isn't ...
Today is our last day in Montreal!
Dan and I will be seeing an old friend for lunch at Chez Jose.
I have some furniture to sell to finalize me moving out. I'LL MISS YOU MONTREAL!
We will have to find something ...
... my stop to get off the metro, I came up from under ground and was not to sure which direction I needed to go. Left or right? I went right. Wrong way! I only walk 5 minutes before I realised. Got to see some nice urban art for my mistake. Today was forecast for rain & of course it rained. Perfect day to go to the museum of fine arts. That ment another trip on the Metro. I made it to the station and was going in the correct direction. When I got of the train again ...
... lost all our food shopping (thrown out by hostel staff) we decided to head to one of the well-known food markets, Marche Jean-Talon, and bought some fruit and veg. See pics.
That night Jenny cooked up a storm and we had some great food. The following day we headed to the Olympic Park where the 1976 Olympics were held. The park is a monument to the wonder that is concrete! Everything is concrete! The park is famous for the tallest leaning tower in ...
... I can think, eaten at several of Bourdain's recommended places as well as countless local haunts, and after all this I could spend another month here without agenda.
But the show must, as they say, go on. I have Paulo's recommendations for a route to Boston , then on to New York. That should about do it. Keep an eye out for updates here, they may not be as frequent as they previously were, but you'll know I'm ...
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