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... t even get out the car. We handed over our passports to a guy in a toll booth, who duly stamped them and handed them straight back. I don't know why, but I expected more from Canada at the point of entry. I wasn't expecting Mounties on horseback presenting me with pints of maple syrup, but a simple "Welcome to Canada" sign might have been nice for a photo opportunity. The view from our windscreen had changed from staggering backdrops of peaks and ...
... the Montreal Canadian's stadium and into the metro station we found an extortionately priced sandwich as the only option. Tea in hand we joined the queue for the mega bus. We found some seats, again on the upper deck and settled in for the long trip back to Toronto. The sandwiches were actually very nice. I had intended to catch up with more of this blog to be ready to post immediately on our arrival back at Jamie's but I fell ...
... were in Montreal, and so many memories flossed (sic. crossed) our minds of our previous times growing up and living here and the people and events that shaped our lives. Some sad and some wonderful. We left the arrival gate at the very end of the concourse and proceeded with the crowd to a more central part of the airport to find what gate position we ...
... steps to the narrow steeple. The beautiful views of the city and across the river are well worth the climb. At the foot of the tower is a newly constructed urban beach, complete with permanent umbrellas and sun chairs. It's free to enter on weekdays and is a lovely spot to take a break to rest weary feet by wiggling toes in the wam sand after a day of walking.
After a much needed rest, I'm renewed enough to walk to the next pier, ...
... more difficult than it would have otherwise been. I have been having nightly dreams -nightmares rather- about FC, and that hasn't made things easier. I don't know why now. I pray they go away, and soon, before they blight my entire trip.
Leaving Boston this time around was a bit more challenging, as I had two relaxing and wonderful days, the highlight being dinner at UOH. I keep forgetting how ...