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Route of the day - Today I rode 215km along the North bank of the Ottawa River right into Downtown Montreal. I headed out for one more look at the Parliament, watched a 'bag pipe' band march around Parliament Hill and ate my breakfast/drank my morning tea on a park bench by the statue of the unknown soldier. I wanted to enjoy a little more of Ottawa before it was time to move on. There is a benefit when staying in the larger cities. The check-out time tends to be noon as oppose to ...
... br> $5.00 for a two-way metro ticket is too expensive, we finally got on the green
train towards Aringion to explore the LOTR-reminicent underground of Montreal's
finest tourest trap.
the train, we still saw no entrance to the mall, but another quick asking of
directions (c'mon guys, it's really not that hard), and we began down a brick
hallway with glowing fast-food signs and an army ...
... the city with!
We rode bikes around to explore and it was great, although by the end of my time in Montreal my legs were hurting a little bit. Apparently 2 hours of bike riding each day is more than my body is used to.
We found a really cool band playing and listened to them for a while, this occurance happened more than once.
As we explored I was pranked by the TV show 'Just for Laughs’. I won’t ...
... in my head. All those zeros... dizzying!
Putting the "flash" in flashpacker
I'm embarrassed to have to admit this, but my backpack this time will be loaded with far more "flashpacker" items than ever before. On my packing list this time are my travel hairdryer, cell phone, netbook, and camera.
Even reading that list makes me nostalgic for the days when I traveled with nothing ...
... another in Montreal.
At one end of the Place des Festivals was a huge stage where flashing lights and a band were playing. Liking the sound we heard we got ourselves some beer and joined the crowd to party the remainder of evening. Ok, for those that are interested the band we heard was from the USA and called Soul Rebels Brass Band. As free concerts go it was a good night and I was left a bit bereft when at midnight the music stopped and I had to stop.