Auberge du Lac Morency
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Today's forecast was -15 degrees, not including wind chill. The sky was blue, so I thought today would be the better day to go to Montmorency Falls as the rest of the week is forecast for colder weather.
I was very rugged up for the cold weather and headed off to get the bus. It was about a 15 minute walk. The only part of me exposed to the weather was my eyes & I wished I could have covered them. The wind was so cold my eyes just watered. I got on the bus and thought ...
Today's forecast was snow & -5 degrees. When I woke up I opened the curtains to see it snowing. It didn't stop all day.
I headed out to the Quebec Public Market. I thought being Sunday would be a good day. Not sure if everyone was @ church or staying home out of the snow, but there was only about a dozen people there. Not much to look at. I think again it is a " it's winter " issue. I planned to by some fruit to have in the hotel room incase I get hungry, ...
... level reached by stairs on the outside of the building. These buildings went on for ever and ever and ever, but the one Martin and Guiallaume was in was really nice - and from all accounts not that expensive! (Reason number 1 for moving to Montreal..). It was a fantastic place actually, full of books as my new best quebecois friends were quite the intellectuals (cue endless conversations about films/books/tv programmes that i couldnt remember the name of or who was ...
... of life. But here again, flamingos, llamas, vicunas, rabbits, moles, ducks, foxes and a dozen different kind of birds all thrive, to our delight. And again, this immensity that makes us feel so humble. Back to hotel for another unforgettable sunset on Licancabur Volcano: the light in the Atacama desert is simply out of this world. We then painfully say goodbye to this incredible region of Northern Chile. Next morning: off to Santiago !! ...
... and we set about to be comfortable for three nights. At the corner, the crossroad was filled with restaurants, bars and shops. The subway station for the college was just down the block. This area is labeled the Latin Quarter but we didn't see anything that made it stand out as far as ethnic origin. We ate at a great Japanese restaurant and visited Montreal's China Town for ...