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... suggested taking a taxi, but instead we wandered through the street festival that was being held. I figured by the time the taxi took us there and we climbed the hill, it would be late. And then we would still have to take a taxi back to the metro station.
Gary drove us home. We were in rush hour traffic from the metro station. It took a very long time to get back to the condo. This was ...
... the wings and tombs of the previous cardinals.
Next stop was at the World Trade Centre where most interestingly they had a piece of the Berlin Wall gifted to Quebec. There was a plaque next to it which sums it nicely:
Berlin Wall 1961-1989
This section of the wall is the blade of a knife
That sliced a heart in two.
This fragment of rock is the remains of a dungeon
Whose walls life tore asunder.
This piece of debris is a triumph
Over terror ...
... compose my first "on the road" entry. I even learned how to send an email from the iPad! It kept saying that my cousin didn't subscribe to "imessage" (whatever that means??), but Ben explained that I was going to the wrong spot to send the message. Now I know what they mean when they say "if you have a problem with the iPad/iPhone, just ask a young person for help!! (Now let's see if I can figure out how to load photos on this ...
On August 25th 2008, I left Midway airport, the place I had worked since I was fifteen years old, to start a new life in Florida. Less than twenty-four hours later, I joined the cast of characters at "the most magical place on Earth" for the greatest nine months of my young life up to that point.
Today, exactly four years later, I am sitting in Canada's Montreal-Trudeau airport after completing the first leg of my ...
... nipped in the bud at the Immigration Office, where we can see where we want to go, and can see pedestrians walking where we want to go, but are told by officious officials that we must catch the Metro if we want to proceed. We find out later there are riots and student demonstrations which may be the problem. It’s no big deal to us, as we have Metro passes, so catch the Metro to the next station, then walk via the Gare Central to McGill. ...