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... may warrant a mention if my efforts attract the teachers attention - for the right reasons! Before closing I should add that we are now well into the Bay of St Lawrence and tomorrow morning at 5 will embark our pilot who will assist the ships passage along the last 120 miles of the narrow St Lawrence Seaway before docking in Quebec for our two day stay. The weather, like today, is forecast to be good despite our cabin stewards earlier assertion that there was snow ...
... several old piers including Pier 21, which was the arrival point in Canada for many post World War II migrants and their families.
It is Canada's version of New York's Ellis Island, and there is an extensive Immigration Museum also established dockside to enable families to research their roots.
... tonight) and a local dark cream ale from Hell Bay Brewing. Both were excellent.
Finally stopped into the Loose Cannon, a traditional Scottish Public House to finish the night. We need many of these in the states. A proper pub where it's possible to hang out and converse. Not filled with douche bags/"bros"/hipsters simply interested in getting hammered. Music at a reasonable volume. A proper drinking ...
... how loud they are, especially, if you are in front of the piece.
We then decided to have lunch before the Tattoo at 2:30. We found Durty Nelly's, an Irish pub and grill. After ordering a couple of Keith’s IPAs, we selected the fishcakes with chow (chow-chow for most of us), fries and Caesar’s salad. Very tasty!
We then walked back to the Metro Center to attend the Tattoo. The show started at ...
... In the summer this place is packed; we loved being one of the few people around, due to the time of year. A few of the shops were open as we walked about the town. The much-photographed, octagonal lighthouse majestically overlooks the area, and is the landmark one keeps an eye on, in case fog rolls in. And indeed that's exactly what happened. Suddenly we could not see 10 feet in front ...