Best Western Hotel St. Jerome
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... sidewalks and construction(because it isn't summer in Montreal without construction!), we happened upon the competition, Fairmount Bagel, and stopped in just for a whiff. It seems like a much more crowded storefront, but equally as popular and deliciously-scented. We stopped at a small market so I could withdraw some cash, but a sign in the window caught Trisha's eye, so we found ourselves browsing the shop for a drink called Bec cola, a ...
... Uzbekistan. Besides, the whirlwind pace of the tour might not leave a lot of time for blogging or for uploading photos.
So I'm going old school: I'll be taking with a dead-tree notebook to scrawl down my thoughts and observations, and I'll transfer those to digital format when I get the chance.
The bottom line is, stay tuned to this blog. But don't be surprised if the posts show up on something of a delay.
I'm back in Montreal after an extremely long journey home. The process begin on Tuesday, when I went to the Canadian embassy in Rome to see what I could do to get back to Montreal without a passport.
I got to the embassy a few minutes before it opened. I was greeted by security, in Italian of course. I asked them if this was the Canadian embassy. "Si," said one the the guards. "What's ...
... been water from the melting glaciers pooled where the land had been compressor by the weight of the glaciers. The whale had died in those waters but subsequently the water was absorbed and there is no longer sea water in this area. Pretty cool! Now off to the Montreal Tower, the tallest leaning tower in the world. We rode up to the top and wandered around looking at the view for a while before deciding it was time for a bite to eat. We ...
... know it was foot to the floor and we were flying along not like the Australian trains that putter a long at a gentle ramble. We went for Dinner and had a lovely meal and then had a bit of a wander around the guest lounge and decided to head back to the cabin and sort out what needed to be done then requested the beds be laid out and headed for bed as tomorrow will be all country side.
Well woke up early as usual and decided to get some photo's of ...