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... me, I could have cried... Then suddenly my passport landed in front of me, they all began laughing like crazy and the woman said "I suppose we will let you in". At which point I practically ran out of the air port, sat on the floor outside and tried to figure out if I had dreamt that or not. I then took a bus to the hostel, without getting lost I must add, and when driving through Montreal I began to notice something... Nothing, AT ALL was in English, I think the ...
... Armes originally built at the end of the 17th century and used for parades and military events. In the centre is a statue of Paul de Chomedey the founder of Montreal erected in 1895. Next to the Basilica is the oldest building the “Vieux Seminaire”
erected between 1684 and 1687 by the Messrs of Saint-Sulpice who ran the Notre-Dame parish and were in charge of the island of Montreal for nearly two centuries.
On the north side of ...
... of the mountain winds around for about 4km. You can take paths that dissect it and cut straight up. I did a little of both. There are two main features to check out, the first is a chateau that has a large veranda overlooking the city. It is a good view, but from up here as well as street level it just looks like a city. I've seen a lot of them now, they have to pull something better out of the bag to impress me! There is a flag here that ...
... a lovely atmosphere, with snow
piled up on the terrace outside the windows, and with great views of the town.
Back to room, where Murray is now awake, so up to the
lounge for an excellent breakfast, described as continental, but much better. Out
later with the others to watch the heats of the Ice Canoe Races. They’re held
on the ice in the now empty marina at Basin Louise, in a large inlet off the St
Lawrence. The 5-person teams ...
... wanting to try!
I had the fig with goat's cheese starter, which was ok. For main I had the pork tenderloin and it was really nice! It was a really nice opportunity to catch up with everyone and say goodbye again! We finished lunch just after 1pm.
After lunch I finished off the documentation I had been compiling as notes for the training sessions I had been providing. I also finally dropped my cheque off to expense management ...
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