Hotel Bon Accueil
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This morning after much debate (aggravation/ tension on Noel's behalf) we managed to get all of our luggage, bikes, wheels etc into the car. Nicole and I had to share just over one seat for the long trip back to Montreal. It took us two and a half hours. My seat was taken up by Nicole's bike case.
We eventually arrived at our friends, Jacynthe and Gilles home. We unpacked the luggage ...
... when I was looking in a store. He hid behind rows of clothes pretending to be a squirrel. Most of the time I knew where he was, but there was one moment when I thought I had lost him! We found the fountain that is said to be the meeting place that connects five malls together. It was not as impressive as the books make it out to be. Yes it was an indoor water fountain, but even Penrith Westfield has one of those! It did entertain the children for about ten minutes though so ...
You can see highlights of the game here if you so wish
http://www.habseyesontheprize.com/video s/2013/10/30/5045456/highlights-of-the- habs-2-1-win-over-the-dallas-stars/in/4 805075
Montreal is home to many great museums and attractions - I loved climbing Mount Royal for the views over the city; watching the ridiculously cute otter and trying to spot a sloth at the Biodome; being enchanted by the chinese lanterns at the ...
... by ladies with trollies yelling us in not only Chinese but probably French as well. Rox and I had no hope. We promptly pointed at a few plates of steamed shrimp, fried pork dumplings etc and pretty soon had a full section of the table. Before long we were doing as you always do at Chinese, eating fevourishly. All 3 of us made an executive decision that we would stop so we wouldn't over eat. A wise choice as feeling over full is not fun after chinese. All in all we ...
... done in winter, of putting maple syrup on snow and rolling it into a lolly... Had to be done, even if my teeth were ready to rot afterwards! Then continued walking through the old town which has a very French feel, talking non-stop French! Took a detour through China town on our way back to the hostel where we rested our feet for an hour and I managed to tackle the task of painting my toenails thanks to someone leving begind a bottle of nail-polish remover! ...