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... walk-in customers were a necessary evil. We crowded into a lobby that had about six people waiting for bagels, in a space fit for only four.
On the previous trip, Sherry and Arden had the pleasure of a fresh bagel right off the baking line. I was offered no such option, so I ordered a cinnamon raisin bagel that was neither cinnamony nor very raisiny (if raisiny isn’t a word, it darn well should be). It was, however, chewy, tough, and stale, so, yey ...
Vinales (with a day trip to Cayo Levisa)
Havana (for bus access to Cienfuegos)
Trinidad (with day trips to Playa Ancon and to Topes de Collantes)
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... walked through the Parc Fontaine again and apart from an old drunk stumbling till he fell over and immediately started snoring, it was a haven of fitness. Lots of people cycling, a boot camp session in progress and lots of people jogging. We went down Rue Rachel to the 'hip artisan' area of Plateau du Mont-Royal for some shopping along Saint Laurent Boulevard. We had to stop off first in a coffee shop as most stores didn't open ...
And so another trip begins. It took not much time at all to cram bikes and gear into the car (well, at least to cram my stuff - the heavy lifting had already been done by the time Linda and Dave arrived at my place). Mind you, we did have to stop just outside Ottawa to secure the bike rack itself, which seemed in danger of falling off the car and taking my bike with it.
Unlike last year where we encountered heavy rain just outside Montreal, this time it poured all ...
Tuesday had the best weather in terms of sunlight and a little wind, but the temperature did not stray above 6 degrees. We contined our DIY walking tour and headed up Mount Royal. It is a public park on part of the hill on the island. To get to the park we walked through the campus of McGill University which seemed to have departments and faculties spread out all over that part of town. Its been voted as one of the most beautiful uni campuses in the world and it was easy to see ...