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... found breakfast....a patisserie/ boulangerie . What a magnificent find. We stopped and got 2 pain au raisin, a croissant, and a raspberry pistachio type Danish. Everything was so good. We can honestly say, this was as good as any boulangerie or patisserie we have experienced in France. Are we still in Canada? Our eyes were bigger than our stomach so we had to ask for a to go bag. Sheree, in her best French, coached by Ted, did it herself and was successful. We ...
Quick walk over to Cafe Imagination for breakfast. Quite delicious. Then back to McGill to get setup for the day.
Got pointed towards Old Port as a place to go on this fine day for walking around. Passed through China town and then reached Old Port.
This section of the city is stone buildings, cobblestone streets and pedestrian friendly. Postcard Montreal.
Yet, to use the term from the Gros Morne geologists, it feels geologically dead. In Gros ...
... year) decided that it would close today. I guess due to the 30-40cm of snow that fell overnight.
The biodome started with amazon animals in a really humid environment we saw capaybaras, monkeys, caimans, piraņas and heaps of other animals. There was apparently a sloth but we didn't see him :( the next room was like the sub arctic or something. Kinda like the east cost of Canada which had giant otters, beavers, all kinds of massive arctic fish and ...
... team I was a member of) was winning the whole way through, pretty much, until the very end when we were pipped to the post by 'The Tornados’ a team which featured none other than Jenny! The winning team got a free shot each, Jenny had peach snaps as you can see from the photo.
In the morning it was another beautiful sunny day so we got the Metro over to the islands. The islands in the St Lawrence feature a park, a large swimming ...
... the next day. Late at night we were heading to sleep and Erin wanted to brush her teeth in the bathroom. As there was only one bathroom in the apartment she had to wait, which wasn't a problem, but it was funny that what she was waiting for was for Jo's boyfriend to finish his mobile call that he was on, in the bathroom. Must be a Canadian thing, the business center in the toilet. Seems universal for Canada though. We will have to test out our theory in Toronto.