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In a little more than two weeks, we'll be departing for our first trip as a family of four. I'm incredibly excited but also a little nervous. Everything is a little bit more complicated with two babies in tow, and traveling is certainly no exception. Even choosing a destination was harder this time around. I was dreaming of Jordan. My husband would have loved Vietnam. My daughter would most likely have chosen ...
... my other senses aren't as strong as I thought). The extra cool part of the evening was that all the waiters (of which ours was named Michael), are partially or completely blind themselves.
After dinner, we headed back to the hotel via one of the main shopping streets to try and walk off our meal. We managed to use the subway (and I didn't even have to jump the turnstile this time), and get back to our hotel. An early night counting French sheep was in order. Peace out from Montreal ...
... drive to Quebec was 6 hours of smooth sailing. We made it to the city in time for a quick supper and then jumped on a metro for downtown. I was intent on making it to a particular yoga class but 75 minutes wasn't enough time for Montreal transit to get me there on time. Disregarding my discouragement, Francis took me to explore Vieux Port which was beautiful. We played there until sundown and then returned ...
... ve already won their division or something and are third in the state...I think they are supposed to be good! However as the weather was...rain and cold, we weren't keen on the idea of sitting in the stands gettiing wet as there was no cover. However, were keen on 'tailgating' (drinking with her friends out of the boot of their cars...just for research purposes of course)...lol! As we have no appreciation for american football ...
... constructed for the 1976 Olympic Games as a velodrome. It hosted both track cycling and judo events. We were primarily going for the Penguin artic ecosystem that had real life Rock Hopper and Emperor penguins from Surfs up movie including the lead character ‘Cody Maverick’ (Zach’s favourite from the cruise ship). Zach was soooo excited to meet Cody Maverick he practically ran through all the other ecosystems. Once he got to the penguin exhibit it ...