Auberge De La Rive
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We are staying in Sorel one more night. This is our most northern point of the trip. It is not a pretty area, but it is a good location to begin the southward direction on the Richelieu Canal. Our day was spent cleaning, working on the ...
... once more. Very quickly we came upon Ottowa whish was a bit of a culture shock having spent a few days in the woods to see a big ciity again but we passed through having seen the main bits and continued on to Montreal. Some people regard stepping onto the pitch at the SOL, Wembley or ,the truly desperate, Old Trafford (only kidding Dave ;) ) as one of their boyhood dream moments. For me its formula 1 circuits. Getting a glimpse of one is good enough but ...
... and the lake that we camped on was quite busy. However, it was a great adventure with a one year old and we enjoyed it immensely. In the fall, we resumed our house hunt in Montreal and bought a duplex (a two family home) on November 1st. After some significant renovations, mostly revolving around upgrading the electricity, we moved in the week before Christmas (read: chaos). It did not help that I am pregnant and for those packing, renovating and moving ...
Well, we enjoyed another lovely winter in the North. As is standard for me these days, there wasn't enough snow to satisfy me and it was really quite warm. We did manage to get in some fun ice skating adventures, though, to take advantage of the many lovely, and mostly free, ice skating rinks in our neighborhood and throughout Montreal. Eva continues to keep us smiling and surprised. She enjoyed our daily ...
Spent a week relaxing (after the many previous 3-4 day stops) and exploring a new city. Highlight was two full days of bike riding since the city is very bicycle friendly. You can even ride across the verrry wide St Lawrence river on a bridge with no cars. We were surprised by more down-and-out people on the streets and grit than we'd ...