Hotel Bon Accueil
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... language tour of the museum started right after we got our tickets, so we headed downstairs to the archeological site to begin. Our guide spoke perfect English and had that right balance of passion for the subject matter, energy and patience to listen to and answer questions that makes for a great guide. She took us through the history of the city, from earliest settlement, through the various iterations of the walls of the 17th and 18th century ...
... fashions being boldly advertised everywhere....Linda is suddenly wide awake! The airport is easy to negotiate and allows us to quickly orient ourselves and head to our hotel. Since it is 9:30am, we are hoping that we will be able to check in and grab some sleep. This turns out to be only a hope; we have to wait until 1:30pm before we are able to get into our room.....a most welcoming sight!
... most of the city dwelling planet lives in.
Poutine at the Winnie (Sir Winston Churchill Pub) isn't bad. No local beer on tap. Futball mad folks all over the place. Apparently the Alsace-Lorraine can be forgiven for one night.
While riding today, I got a big thumbs up from a guy in a 993. And a look of who is that dude from a kid riding in the backseat of a 997 Turbo. Riding into Corner Brook, NL to get gas, I passed a kid about 3 out for ...
... the reserve tire quite quickly. However, the reserve one was about half the size as the original one. That, in combination with the weather and road conditions resulted in a pretty risky situation, which forced us to cancel the husky trip and instead make sure we got back to Boston safe. Luckily we were only two blocks away from the hostel, so we headed back in order to contact the husky farm and find a mechanic in Montreal. However, most of the mechanics in Montreal ...
... some artists said no when asked politely gor permission to take photos).
It was dark at 5pm, but the old port is the next destination. There should be this ice skating rink somewhere nearby, hard to find in the cold n slippery path... Past the notre dame we had mass yesterday, then nothing but what seemed to be deserted streets mostly buried under the snow..
Souvenir shops along the way but we seemed to be the ...