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We have slipped back into a habit we formed when travelling through Southeast Asia, the mid-afternoon nap, which frequently seems to end up being an early evening nap. This has led to some wandering around relatively late in the day to find food! This time it was only about 8:30pm when we woke up and blearily headed out into nearby Little Italy to find some dinner. Having no cash, we headed for an ATM but ...
... you always find your way back in the end so I was happy. That evening, if was the Americans last night and the hostel was holding an event yet again, that took us to a pub/club. That evening, myself, the four Americans and a guy from Canada all ended up splitting up from the rest of the hostel group. After hitting up the clubs, we again decided to call it a night, well that's what we thought anyway. On the way home, we decided to get bikes and ride around the city, ...
... or portable cabin for warmth and coffee, and a bucket. We traveled beside Lake Champlain for a lot of its 200km length. It's huge.
At the Canadian border it took over an hour to clear customs, then we chugged into Montreal and caught a taxi to our apartment. It took about an hour before we could get in. Had to buy some groceries. I was so tired I could hardly walk, but it was snowing lightly, so I cheered up.
... than we thought. The news anchor on Radio One wished everyone 'Good weekend' after reporting at five o'clock. Ha! Today is Friday, not Thursday.
Les loves to drive, drove the 401 to just west of Toronto, a long stretch of uninteresting highway listening to Classic Rock stations fading in and out from Cornwall, Malone, Kingston, Rochester, Toronto. Our music knows no borders. Sun falls ...
... that Canada was going to be cool have gone up in flames. Like they've been left outside for too long. Bo boom chu. With only today to knock out this city I got straight on it. First up was the Parliment Building. Built in the mid 19th century they went for a retro gothic look so it reminds me of the houses of parliment. With the British connection I doubt this is a coincidence. Gothic is my favourite architecture. The buildings in Prague in particular in moody black ...
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