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... 2 more weeks in April would make our stay warmer and with our (mild !!!) winter so far we could use more warmth. We booked from March 15 to April 12. After our phone call to reserve, we discovered it was ok for us but that the week after, they were all booked. We think it depends on Easter. Since Easter is April 20, they let us reserve later. But next year Easter is the end of March, so we will see what happen (if we go ...
... with a bit of sunbathing on the grass in between, but the grass is mud today and we will be in our customary Canada wardrobe of 3 layers of waterproof nylon and polyester.
Saturday turned out just foggy and the few minutes of drizzle just made for interesting racing. Morning practice was cut short by a repair to the Armco caused by an expensive Ferrari hitting it. We arrived too late to see the shunt but enjoyed the session which was a lot like qualifying. ...
... foot you can see all kinds of history (you can see it too on a tour in caleche or bus). We stop at a very nice restaurant (we were alone out on the backyard terrasse). Great food, good service and the sun. What more do you want? We took the cruise to see Ft. Sumter. If you're not that hot on ruins and some history, well... don't go. If you like the sun set and the seagulls following your boat and eating ...
... to the top of one of the runs where we had a great view of the valley and Lake Tremblant. The 'warm' day turned to a blustery chilly day and we headed home. The trees on the surrounding mountains are starting to display their beautiful fall colours.
Sunday was an overcast day and sadly Tara had to work. Tim was our driver and guide for the day. Mont Royal Parc is the highest point in Montreal and covers an area of 200 hectares. Jacques Cartier first ascended the ...
... a look after the dancers had finished and there was a band up there too, but it was very packed and we were told if we went up there we couldn't come back down!!
It was very tempting to stay and drink more beers, however we had already made plans to meet up with some of the girls from work at the W for drinks tonight. So around 6pm Schotty, Guddis and I said goodbye to everyone and made our way back home.
We made plans to meet up at Guddis ...