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... overtaken every aspect of my day, nothing else mattered. I now get why my Mom was willing to undergo a tracheotomy and a hip replacement at 89 to try to get some relief from the chronic pain she was enduring.
So I guess pain is just God's way of letting us know he failed to create the perfect world. Maybe He should have worked that seventh day, then taken some time off.
If you have gotten this far, I guess I was wrong ...
... of cheddars, we couldn’t say no to trying them all! There were easily 2 dozen different
varieties. That was lunch taken care of!
We finished our culinary tour with a visit
to Champlain Chocolates. We sampled a
delicious truffle, and bought a small variety of chocs for later. Whilst wandering around these stops we learnt
of the Von Trapp Lodge just up the road.
The Von Trapp family of The Sound of Music
... festival was on tonight. We bought tickets for two shows for later on this evening, the first a magician from England, the second, an Aussie bloke who is a storyteller.
We went to first show at 7:30 which we got into just flashing our phones. Maybe we didn't even need to buy tickets. as we walked in, Jenny's name was being called form the other side of the room. Who could that be? It was her friend Adele, who lives in ...
First leg was flight from Fredericton to Montreal - two airports that share one thing: they're terrible. For an international airport PET is like a ghost town. seems like there are more workers than travelers. Depressing. Battled the depression with a bottle of Torrentes from Argentina. Two more hours and hopefully we are off to Chicago. There's nothing like five hours in a lousy airport to make you wish you could drive everywhere.
Montreal.... It surely was the nicest city we have visited in Canada. It´s located in the province of Québec, therefore French-speaking, but the truth is that it´s bilingual. You will see everything written in English and French and also people who live here tend to speak both languages. It´s also the second biggest city of Canada, after Toronto.
The first thing we did in Montreal, was to climb the hill of the Mount Royal Park. The view from the top is ...