Auberge Handfield Et Spa
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... the dog. I held the leash and told him (the dog) to stop at each street, then when I said 'ok' we walked across and I said 'good dog'. I did so well, except when Maggie went into a shop to buy some food and Cuillin stood outside howling like wolf. People were picking up their children and crossing the road to avoid us.Think he was just bored, but was too unsure of his intentions, so tried to ignore him. He has to ...
... After having worked in the fields planting and harvesting fruit and vegetables I saw all those products with very different eyes and a different appreciation. I spent hours wondering around and trying one or the other thing. :-)
Another highlight was going up Mont Royal with my sister and Christelle. It was one of the hottest days during my stay but we went up there anyways and enjoyed the view from this tranquil place in ...
... a funicular, so that was neat) and got an amazing view of Montreal. We also explored the Biodome, which is a part of the Olympic stadium converted in a type of zoo. After the biodome, we found lunch and explored the Botanical Gardens. Unfortunately, the butterfly exhibit was closed, so we missed that.
After walking around outside, we were all tired and hungry. We went back to the dorms for leftover pizza and wine. Sherry, Arden, and I went to the ...
... A toilet comment from Sioux. I don't know about the gents but there is a marked difference in the ladies loos in Canada when you've become accustomed to the US. Perhaps it was because we spent our time in big cities, but every toilet I visited in the US ( and there were quite a few) was spotless, with automatic everything - flush, soap dispenser, tap and hand towel dispenser- the sort of place where you'd be happy to sit awhile and have a little sing. This applied ...
... Scotia. Ken and I walked around the tiny little city enjoying some of the architecture and visited a museum, the house of the first Anglican minister. He arrived in 1774 with his wife who bore him 14 children and died in childbirth at the age of 46. I noticed that the cost of going to museums and other attractions is much cheaper than in the US we only paid two dollars to tour. In the afternoon I went on a ship excursion which consisted of an hour drive over to ...