Residences Universitaires UQAM West
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We have finished our first tour and having a relaxing morning watching tennis on Tv before leaving for the airport. We fly to Calgary and have another change in time. Yesterday we all went to a Sugar Shack for breakfast. We learnt how they harvest maple syrup and then had a huge cooked breakfast seated at log ...
French Canada.... Crepes with Maple Syrup :) After a nice bus ride (two seats to myself woohoo and wifi) we arrived in Montreal and when I jumped off the bus the first thing I noticed was it was COLD. I went inside the terminal before even attempting to work out where Cammie was (the friend I am catching up with in Montreal.) Turns out she was at the other bus terminal. Luckily they have a great metro system here and we found each other in no time :) We went out for a beer and ...
... us that we now have a nice Canadian stamp in our UK passports.
We then drove through Sherbrooke up to Richmond to Drummondville and then onto Montreal where we stayed at KOA Montreal South. We stopped just before to get some Canadian dollars and petrol as well as a much needed toilet and water break. Our 2nd for the day!!
We got to the campsite just before 6.30pm, set up our tent and left it open to dry out and then headed to the local metro. ...
... luck, Sunday was bright sunny and warm, a mixed blessing for race fans.
Annette scored a major coup on accommodation this year getting us a flat on the plateau 3 subway stops from the yellow line and steps from the Metro as they say in the ads. Airbnb is a great site and we paid less than half the price of a hotel room for the use of Jean Benoit's fully equipped flat. We figured out that this is my 25th Canadian Grand Prix, and Annette has been with me ...
... Dunstan drink shot after shot before he starting buying rounds for the rest of us....I was strong willed and retired around midnight but last I heard Dunstan hit the clubs and got home at 11am!
So, Montreal itself is lovey. I headed to old Montreal first and walked the cobblestone streets just enjoying the atmosphere. I then wandered past a fashion sale by Quebec designers and picked up a lovely red jacket for $45. I could have gone crazy as they had ...