Auberge Alternative Du Vieux-Montreal
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... Europe, settled here in Vermont. The family are still represented and the
lodge is part of the heritage. Unfortunately
the rain was too heavy and consistent to allow any trekking or exploring around
the lodge and forest areas nearby.
Needless to say we were pretty disappointed.
We had also hoped to try zip lining and
hiking around the Green Mountains but it just was not our day. Whilst enjoying a drink at the Von Trapp
... a couple of sloths (very slow), crocodiles (snappy), monkeys (apparently - didn't see them so not convinced!), a lynx (hiding in his little house), beavers (cute little arms), tortoises (also slow), porcupine (spiky), and some little duck dudes with red feet that zipped and dived and flapped their little legs like a paddle steamer!
After the Biodome we headed for the Tower - the funicular. Like a glass fronted lift that went up a slope on the ...
... for a French-Canadian team. The first person to refer to the Canadiens as the 'Habs' was the owner of Madison Square Garden who thought that was what the 'H' on the Canadiens jersey stood for - this was an error - the logo (C rapped around H) actually stands for 'Club De Hockey Canadien'.
We returned to the hotel get ready for the ice hockey match. We caught the Subway to the Bell Centre where the Montreal Canadiens ...
... les hammams, les tajines, les couscous, les briwats, leurs desserts sucrés et les thés à la menthe. L'Europe est à un jet de pierre, de même que les pyramides du Caire, le mont des Oliviers et Jérusalem, de même que les safaris africains. Beau programme, non? Vous viendrez nous voir?
Hi all! Long time no see! I have not been very talkative in the last year or so. Had not much to say, but much to think ...
In the morning we went to the Notre-Dame Basilica. And the we went back to the hotel and checked out. We then drove to a place where we could try a local dish called poutine. It's French fries with meat gravy and cheese curds, but Ben found a place that does an all veggie version. I'm glad we at least tried it but we're ...