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Quebec government might as well have put up a border crossing between the states of Ontario and Quebec they are so different. The biggest difference you notice immediately, besides no one speaking any English, is that the Canadian flags we saw almost all over Ontario, hanging outside every house and big buildings seem to have disappeared. Smaller …
... Although we weren't sure which was more concerning: the 90yr old rocking it out in her wheelchair or the 2yr old kids dancing amongst the pot smoking revelers. After the festival we headed back to Gary's and Kevin's for an enormous BBQ.
On our second day in Montreal we did an easy hike up Mont Royale for some amazing views out over the city. Then we headed down towards the east and stopped in at an Australian pie shop ...
... and beer watching the world go by. We then walked and found a restaurant and had some dinner.
Back in the car we headed out of Montreal and we had decided to find hotel on the way to Toronto to break up driving. Little did we know that Google had given us wrong location and after walking and driving in loops some locals directed us to the hotel. Note to self don't pick random unknown hotels in middle of ...
... in tasty, tasty gravy sauce. If you
think it sounds disgusting, you are correct. If you think it sounds delicious
and wonderful in the most shameful of ways, you are also correct. While my
heart said no my taste buds said YES PLEASE MORE to this once-in-a-lifetime
dish. My own dinner was fantastic – dijion-butter muscles, how can you go
All in all,
another day of exploration, another night of young-adult ...
... nearby until doors. I hadn't eaten for the day yet in my rush, and walking down the street the doors opening and closing of meat smoking places was making me feel very ill and it's surprisingly hard to find anything I was confident was vegetarian. As if answering my woes, I found a vegan restaurant so ate there and made myself very comfortable with my map all over the table, highlighting buildings I wanted to see in Vieux-Montreal and drawing myself ...