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The sky today was the sort of blue sky we only get back home on a sunny, crisp January day. There wasn't a single cloud in sight. Occasionally I thought I spotted a cloud in the distance, but it turned out to be seagulls!
0% chance of rain the forecast said, and it was spot on. And couldn't have been any more of a contrast to yesterday's rain.
As we would be sitting out in the sun all day I needed to buy a new hat, as my old one is still in the ...
... to the train announcements carefully enough to realise you do not pronounce the 't' in Montréal. Retrospective embarrassment for a lifelong mistake, sorry Quebec! And also, I'll need to find out where the quiet bars are, for right now I am sitting before a huge LCD screen playing NFL, with really bad club and rock music blaring intermittently, as though in a contest for pop control of Montréal's listening pleasure. But it is true what one of my new roommates said to me ...
... into creating beauty in every detail. Every single pew (and there were a lot of them) had a hand calved saint at the end. The ceiling was so ornate painted with golden stars. There were marble sculptures of Old Testament prophets, and the biggest organ I have ever seen. Such a huge amount of time went into creating something amazing for future generations to worship God in. It was funny to study the stained glass portrayal of Jesus. ...
... with a whistle stop tour of Montreal, visiting sights as diverse as the Biodome, the place that serves ‘the best hotdogs on the planet’ and Mount Royal. For me though, the highlight of the week was visiting the newly opened planetarium and then dining at the au noir restaurant. I’m not usually one to enjoy science, opting instead for history-related pursuits, but the planetarium took me by surprise. The show provided a fantastic spectacle and I ...