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... people looking like they had just been told a family member was ill, it seemed like there was more going on. And it started to become hilarious. Here they were stopping traffic as they rode in their open-air carriage and people on the streets paused to look and they couldn't even fabricate a smile and pretend they were enjoying the ride. We speculated that maybe French Canadians aren't prone to exhibiting their excitement in such circumstances, ...
... cemented by John Lennon and Yoko Ono when they staged their bed sit-in to give peace a chance. They had been refused entry in hotels in the US to stage this sit-in so opted for Montreal.
We had to book our train tickets to Quebec so we headed to the Station. It is amazing place. You go down the stairs and you are under the city but not only is there the station but there is a city under the city. There are shops, boutiques and restaurants. It would take you at least 30 ...
... to Calgary was uneventful, apart from seeming to drag, and the toddler in the seat over the aisle who screamed most of the way, occasionally setting off the baby in front of him. That was the only thing that had been missing from the trials of the last couple of days, so now I could tick that box as well...! We landed just after 11pm, and I raced around to the connecting gate, to find to my relief that the flight had also been delayed, until 12:30am, because West Jet ...
... how we spent so many of our nights on the sofa, I was lying next to him, eyes closed, losing myself in his melodies and forgetting everything and everyone, just his voice, his fingers on the strings.
How fulfulling were these moments, how happy that we found each other, but how happy to be free again and finding those feelings outside of this relationship.
Well, Montreal showed me a new but familiar life, tempted, fascinated and bewildered me.
This won't be the last ...
... sculptural chandeliers or the whimsy of the boat full of gigantic glass marbles. It was a profoundly beautiful experience; I would venture to say the best art exhibit I have ever been to!
One last memorable experience in Montreal - we got to play the Canadian ice hockey version of foosball. It was a hoot! The gentleman sitting about 10 meters away from where we playing keep giving us strange sidelong glances wondering what all the commotion coming from the 2 young ...
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