A-1 Apt Centre-ville
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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 lo g ...
... and we continued on along Rue Saint Paul. We passed the Old Port, which was done up in lights and decorations for the holidays, and several galleries and designer boutiques that featured fur, as necessity as opposed to design. The streets were getting busier with people; families and couples out for an early evening stroll in the quaint streets of the old town.
We are from California and Fiona is from Texas, so despite how much we were ...
... Royal, the triple peaked hill in the heart of the city.
Like New York, Montreal is an island. The Saint Lawrence and Ottawa River converge here. French is the city's official language although many people speak both French and English. Most signage us in French but most menus in restaurants are written in both French and English.
We walked to Old Montreal which is the oldest area in the city. There are many historic buildings ...
We awoke to a beautiful sunny morning. I had decided today we would go to the Jean Drapeau Island. This is where the formula 1 is held each year, and it was also the site of the 1967 Olympics. Although I had been advised against going from Alison (the woman who drove us to our hotel from the train station) because all of the activities are overpriced and not very good, we had done everything else in the Lonely Planet book. I couldn't sit in my ...
... Quebec city and ended up at La Lacfontaine RV park at St Jerome, not too far from Montreal (Capital of Quebec). Once again, we were lucky to get a spot as this park as it is about to close for the season.
Took ourselves on a 2 hour round bus trip to Montreal city. We actually wanted to take the train, but the lady in the ticket office couldn't understand our English and we couldn't understand her bloody French. Nevermind, ...
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