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... Niagra but we were not convinced. We then drove around the Upper Town where the citadel and Chateau are as well as the government buildings. It is a very attractive city and reminiscent of Paris. Disappointingly, the shopping was very average with a huge number of souvenir shops all selling the same crass stuff. After walking around the Lower Town, we headed back to the comfort of the ship. 17th May - Montreal. Early sailing along the river was very like sailing in Europe on ...
... rain and the picnic tables were wet from earlier rain. Saw a 4 month old black and tan dachshund who is called Teddy and who acts like a princess - does not like to get his feet wet.
Drove on to Montreal and up to Parc Mont-Royal for a view over the city but it was raining and there was not too much to see. Will go back later depending on the weather. Then went to the hotel. Big room with 2 queen size beds, a sitting area with 2 ...
In less than two hours we are in the Quebec Province the highway here needs resurfacing in some long sections and the cones here are white with bright iridescent orange bands. From Hwy 26 turn off the traffic starts to get heavy the Hwy 417 changes to Hwy 40 and it has stopped raining. We are now in the outer residential area of Montreal on a three lane highway there is a lot of roadworks as we are getting closer to Montreal. Crossed over Saint Laurent a massive river ...
... what the fuss was about. This end of Montreal was actually busier than where I had been so far and held a long strip with all kinds of shops and a few tramps for good measure.Not wanting to get lost having not taken a map with me I decided to walk up the strip for a while before retracing my footsteps and heading back through a park I had seen on a way,having a cheeky look around the lake to see if I could see anything with fins attached swimming about. When I got back I ...
... the Biodome de Montreal, which is essentially a massive indoor zoo. The place is designed to maintain the habitats of four very different ecosystems, through which visitors can travel. The place is really cool, and we had a heap of fun, even if the penguins didn't seem to be interested in communicating with us through the medium of dance.