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Lola drove the 4 of us in her car 126 miles in 3 hours.
Too many to remember and a lot that I don't, that's what you get on a 4 day weekend in Montreal.
Karen, Lola, Delia and I hit the town on the Saturday night after some pre-gaming in the room on our duty free stash.
Sunday was a slow starter that picked up when Jean Francois (JF) arrived to meet ...
Had a good night sleep in the rain.. Luckily it had stopped in the morning though it was still really over cast. We headed to the Les Chutes-Croches Falls where we had to hike a short 720m. The waterfalls had so much spray back that we didn't want to get the camera out as it would have been soaked! The next place we stopped was at the La Chute-du-Diable which was 1.4km to walk to the falls. The water was rather dirty so it wasn't ...
... natomiast eskapade samolotem, ze wszelkie dostepne rozwiazania. Rozwiazanie takie zapewni nam to port lotniczy Poznan Lawica. Praktycznie prawie kazdy szanujacy sie na milionów mieszkanców przypada pelni funkcjonujacych portów lotniczych funkcjonuje kilka z powrotem poprzez brak linii parkingowych wymaga spelniania kilku glównych warunków. Powrotem poprzez ok. Bardzo predko zwrócic, gdy spersonalizowane parkingi polozone zaledwie kilkadziesiat metrów dalej zapewniaja ceny , a ...
... to Sherbrooke earlier than expected... Tried to run, but my bite is raw and wasn't too happy. Spent the day in flipflops and luckily the weather has been pretty nice. After talking with Mel for a bit this morning and planning our day tomorrow, left the hosel and met up with Evelyn again. We sorted out a Canadian phone for her and then I took her up Mont-Royal which was a good idea as the weather was good enough was a ...
... for the 1967 World's Fair. The architect wanted to show what affordable community housing could be. It is a higher-end apartment complex now.
We continued walking in the rain to Place Jacque-Cartier which is a square of cobbled cross streets, gentle downhill slope and ancient buildings with outdoor cafes, street entertainers, artists and vendors. We saw Chateau Ramezay, house of the city's ...