Hotel L'Escogriffe B&B
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... area and Jean Drapeau’s “Big O” stadium for the first little while, and then along a sheltered little bay with some nice wildlife…. egrets, spawning fish (not sure what kind… bass?), and a muskrat later in our campground. Our timing was perfect, as the threatening sky darkened just as we got back to the van, and shortly opened up with a 5 minute deluge. It has now cleared a bit and is supposed to be lovely tomorrow.
... on our way taking the scenic route along the Lawrence River till we got to Cardinal for lunch at a Chinese restaurant. Continuing along our way it started to rain more heavily and the trees which lined the highway had lost most of their leaves due to the high winds they had yesterday. We arrived at our hotel around 4pm freshening up and unpacking before we went to dinner at an Italian restaurant downtown. Jo was our waiter and our entertainment. The best waiter we have ...
I spoke Spanish to a huge bunch of people. there were Mexicans, Peruvians, Colombians, Spanish and a bunch of other people who spoke Spanish for whatever reason. I met the one only Aussie guy there, Scott, who was from Perth and we hung out with after. We went back to his place and hung out for a bit, and went and got a poutine, then went for a skate which was fun, before I walked myself home.
... out into the cold we took a deep breath and looked at each other, 'It's actually not that cold, is it?' The smart app on our phones had informed us that it was -25C now... Feeling quite proud about our body's tenacity to adapt to this bitter cold we dashed down the streets.
We discussed how much we still could not understand people that would actually CHOSE to live in areas of Canada where these temperatures were the norm. Coming from Burkina Faso ...
... disapointment Rish took us on a drive past the cities huge Theme Park which is also situated on this island. There must have been at least 5 huge roller coasters and plenty of other rides and amusements. Would have been packed in the warmer few summer months. Back over the lovely large green bridge into town our next destination was Parc Olympique this park was the site of the 1976 Olympics and like with many olympic game s a huge space was used to build facilities ...
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