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As has been the case throughout our trip, our transfer from our hotel to the Vancouver Airport was smooth and uneventful. This seems to bring due credit to Canada ala Cart, the company through which our trip was orchestrated by Triple A. Having acquired a feeling of being "out west," (albeit in Canada) and with the words of John Denver resonating in my head, we boarded our Air Canada flight heading back east to Montreal and then good 'ole Boston, ...
... walk back to the boat over a cab. This meal was the absolute highlight of our stay in Quebec City.
Back to work the next morning we made our way through the lock dropping us back to the river's water height below Quebec's harbor and it was on to Montreal. Just 2 more days under way and we arrived in our next port, the crew were all anxious to arrive as port brought reprieve. Once docked the owners were flying out to return home to Miami for a 5 day visit leaving us ...
... wet my shoes and had cold feet all day....some kids just never grow up! We went to a sweet museum about Montreal back in the day when women's ankles caused car crashes. Apparently Montreal was quite the hub of brothels, underground gambling and sin in general. Our last outing was a metro trip to the Biodome! It's sorta hard to explain what the Biodome is but it's pretty much an indoor zoo with a heap of animals n plants n stuff. ...
... Late geese scramble for the pink of Lake Ontario. Soon Venus, a southbound plane, and a suggestion of moon peer through the black curls of a winter's night sky. Big rigs, fast cars, nervous seniors. Traffic. Cream. Pink Floyd – black & blue, up & down, down & out, us & them, round & round. Our road trip has begun...
... St Lawrence River and features lock gates into the Lachine Canal. Opened in 1825 the canal was built to by-pass the Lachine Rapids which prevented ships from passing further up the St Lawrence River. The canal was widened and upgraded before it became obsolete as a result of the construction of the St Lawrence Seaway in 1959.
From the Old Town we headed up to the heart of Downtown Montreal, their equivalent of Oxford St, St Catherine Street. ...