Gite du Parc Lafontaine Guest House
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... together. Later on, I went back to the hostel, had a beer and called it a night - I was exhausted. Monday - I woke up feeling really heavy and weak, now, at this point I thought my last day in Montreal was Wednesday, so I spent the day just relaxing at the hostel, I only left it twice.. Firstly, for a sandwich and secondly for ice cream. Then later on that evening I wanted to check what time my bus was due to leave, while looking at the sheet I noticed it said the ...
... some smoked salmon for dinner. Terry had just set off the smoke alarm (again) cooking his steak.
It snowed lightly most of the day. The next few days are forecast to be very cold, so we might have to have a day off. We knew the cold weather would restrict our sightseeing, but we haven't been able to do very much walking, and are feeling fat and unfit.
Last we heard, the boys had arrived in London, and were catching a bus to Hastings.
... to put his blinkers on as I was going to have a shower. It is a lovely modern rain shower and I am enjoying it. Made a coffee for the both of us Richard stayed in bed till 8am while I started yesterdays blog document and downloaded photos. I saw that Gerard was online Richard put down his ipad and had a long Skype conversation with him and of course they talked about the Dockers being in the Grand Final.
Looked online for free walking ...
... in the country. Thanks to this we were able to visit a ton of museums for free throughout all of Brazil.
One major culture shock that we faced in Brazil is the everlasting queues everywhere you go. Mostly in the supermarkets, it seemed as if Brazilians all went shopping for groceries every night and so the stores were almost always full and we waited at times literally over 30 minutes simply to buy pasta or bananas.
As the started to fall from the sky I headed out on the town with my new Perth friend Jason in search of a good bit to eat. After constantly switching sides of the street and flipping coins we wound up at le Grillade for some local cuisine. I tried Macaroni with Cheese, sausage and bacon. Jason had a simple burger and claimed it was 'the best burger he had for $8' (forgetting that he still had to include a tip). My ...