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... from galleries and high end fashion shops to souvenir shops and pubs and sports bars. We saw a lot of the same souvenirs as we had seen in Vancouver: moose-shaped maple syrup bottles, beanies and jerseys for Canadian NHL teams, First Nation-themed magnets and books, and Canadian shot glasses. Before Christmas I went to several holiday parties with White Elephant exchanges and had spent a lot of time on Amazon looking for the right White Elephant ...
... him on the 747 bus to the airport. A bus comes every 6 minutes and for $10 takes you to the airport. It can take up to an hour to get to the airport depending on traffic but the bus has an express lane. There were no tears at the bus stop because we didn't really have the time. The bus came within minutes of us getting to the bus stop and it was gone very quickly.
We caught a taxi home. Once settled in Nicole went for a bike ride and Noel and ...
... you through the Chinese quarter, Latin Quarter, the Old Port and by numerous beautiful churches. The only one we visited was Notre Dame which has a beautiful interior and stunning chapel so well worth a visit. Of the many museums, the only one we visited was the Musee des Beaux Art. This is free to visit the permanent collection but we also went to the present special exhibition of Chihuly's wonderful works in glass We had seen some of his work previously in ...
... stop of ours. All in all a wonderful end to a wonderful visit to Rome! Back to Fanny . . .
And then we landed in London! Okay, Gattwick actually.... Which is not exactly , um, picturesque , but we hopped on the train, then the tube, and before we knew it we were at London Bridge station!
We are staying with Helen, Shawn's cousin and so we dropped our bags at her place or work ( a very cool architectural firm) and ...
... at 201 m (659 ft) elevation above mean sea level. It is often called a mountain, as there are no actual mountains in the Montéregie ...