Best Western Hotel St. Jerome
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... was open, and here a pharmacy is so much more than Australian pharmacies. They have EVERYTHING. So I managed to get some dinner things and cheaper than the supermarket! We ran home in the rain and hung out in our room watching PBS for kids and all the adds and "sponsors" that accompany PBS. Just want to say that I really love reading all the comments people are writing. Makes me feel as though I am really telling you the stories each day and that I'm not so far away ...
... Riverview time. Paula got the raw deal again on this flight. She is sitting next to a human sinus. There is a constant mist in the air from his sneezes. It's cooling. So as this will be my final entry I thought I would sum up "what worked" on the trip and what "failed." Or clothing selection failed. Paula forgot her Europe power adaptor... fail. I forgot sunglasses, and sunscreen, ...
Woke at 8.30 today and stayed in bed until 9 ish which was lovely. Went for a run, but it was raining so didn't last very long... Miserable day here! Cooked pancakes for breakfast with Tiphanie and sat talking with Amélie, Aison ans Mel n French until 1ish when we decided we needed to do something despite the rain... Turns out there's a rather extensive underground complex here! Did some window shopping and found out you can actually get to the ...
... part of this trip; the french part of 'French Canadian'. Mine and Kate's french are both a little rusty which would be an understatement, and a slight on the word rusty. Our french is more catastrophic. Luckily, although everyone here does naturally flow into French, they can also just as naturally flow into English. As soon as you look slightly baffled at them they change into English and have a perfectly understandable Canadian accent which is clearer than most English people. ...
... a bicycle for the day which included a helmet and lock. We rode beside the Riviere-du-Nord, saw a waterfall, rode over a bridge, and rode Rails to Trails. We saw a lot of mothers pushing jogging strollers, walkers, other bikers, and other really serious bikers. They sped by us so fast.
We ate lunch at a picnic table in the park and continued riding all day. We estimate we rode 16 miles.