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... are a few photos on Facebook but it looks like we we're actually in France which is pretty cool. Once the tour finished I wondered back toward the hostel but I stopped in at cafe for a green tea and to unfreeze my hands (I'm also a herbal tea fan these days, currently sipping a camomile tea as I type). Once I made it back to the hostel I googles this amazing bagel shop Nathan had told me I absolutely must go to I found one about a half an hour walk straight up the road ...
... vraiment tard. Parfait pour prolonger nos journées d'activité. Mais en revanche il fait clair tôt... • Galway est vraiment notre ville préférée. • La Chaussée des Géants est vraiment spectaculaire et unique à voir. Les Irlandais ne sont pas très emphatiques pour nous laisser utiliser leur toilette. Et il faut parfois payer pour leur usage et les traiter avec dignité. • Pratiquement personne ne laisse ...
... well as the core ingredients of chips and cheese. However, these chips and this cheese was a lot different to the ones we’d had in Toronto. It turns out a poutine is not just McCaine fires with a bit of cheddar and gravy, instead a proper poutines is made from thin fries with skin on and dressed with a ‘curd’ rather like the stuff in cottage cheese, only really tastey. Then add meat to dress.
In Mache we also took the precaution ...
... sits the Bank of Montreal founded in 1817 the oldest operating banking institution in Canada. Another beautiful building but my photo was blurred in a hurry when you are trying to listen to Catherine and take videos and photos.
On the other side is a red brick building the first high rise with a lift and the stone came from England all the other buildings are built from the limestone of the area. We walked down Rue Saint-Jacques which was once the ...
... Airbnb which not only allowed us to save money but also let us live in the homes of local people and really get to experience the culture and even get to learn a little bit of Portuguese. We used buses to get from one city to another and were actually quite impressed by how well organized and safe the bus system was.
At first we used simple maps to get around from one place to another, but after realizing that often these maps ...