Hotel Y Montreal
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... was still raining so we decided to head back towards our campground to call it a day. On the way back, we saw a McDonalds, or in our universe a free wifi stop. We spent about an hour and a half to get some internet done and post our blog and pictures from the DR. Once back in place in our campground we settled down and watched the Amazing Race Canada and ate a simple dinner of Mac and Cheese and cottage cheese - as many of you know, one of Ted's favorite comfort ...
... of the time, you just have to look for it.
Bowmore Laimring in a Glen Cairn glass. Whiskey served in a proper glass. Very impressed. A mighty fine dram too. Big peat and silky smooth.
Gave a KISS to the waitress. She is on her way to Ireland, Scotland and Deutschland in a couple weeks. A secondary is only a secondary until it is your or someone else's primary. She may not know it, but I'd drop into hell to get her out. All of last year returning to the forefront.
So after almost 24 hours of travel and 2 flights later, I landed in Dubai Monday night. I haven't had this long of a flight time alone in a while and I actually didn't mind traveling solo. I started wishing I had a notebook or laptop as I felt like i kept having epiphanies about independent travel but I think that might have been my fatigue and excitement setting in.
My boyfriend Ryan's aunt and uncle picked me up at the airport - they live here as ...
... br> Another hour on and we crossed the border into Quebec. Now I didn't originally plan a trip to France but hey while i'm here I might as well drop in for a bit. The first visible thing we noticed was that the street signs changed instantly from English to French. We crossed the bridge over the river and were on the island of Montreal. Navigating to the city was easy even though we couldn't read any of the signs but we eventually found ...
... for winter), the Biosphere, a large amusement / theme park, an Olympic Rowing Basin and the item which sparked my interest, the Canadian Formula One track. We hired a Bixi bike each (Montreal equivalent of a Boris bike) and crossed a bridge over to the second island and turned straight onto the Grand Prix circuit. The circuit is open throughout the summer, bar June when the Grand Prix is in town, and is open to all to cycle, walk, skate or drive around. ...