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... went via the Notre Dam Cathedral which is a huge historic, ornate and very beautiful church with blue tinged stain glass windows. To me it felt a reverent Holy Place, well worth visiting at $5 each.
We all enjoyed dinner together in an upstairs restaurant in charming old Montreal. Nice meal, but as usual drinks are somewhat XXXX’y! We enjoyed the company of Dorelle and Gary from Port ...
... drive but things were closed so we toured the grounds.
Off to Montreal..now people I would like you to close your eyes and imagine...one deaf driver (even more so as he has an ear infection and only one hearing aide) no gps or cell service and only French signs...well with no hair left on our heads we ended up in the heart of Montreal yikes. Thank god it was only 3 pm ...
... frustrations. Firstly, it was the Spanish couple who kept the whole bus waiting for ten minutes at the second photo stop. Still they had had to wait for the English couple who had kept the whole bus waiting for fifteen minutes at the first photo stop. I guess it can be confusing timing 30 minutes when you're in a different time zone. The other frustrating thing was that our driver/tour guide's voice was not at all difficult to block out. He had come down the ...
... to slow down." Ken had typed in Preston as my first name, that was the problem.
> We stayed overnight with our friends the Spoo's getting up early the next morning and were at the airport by 5:15 for our 7 a m flight. All went well but the Flan****n's, are other travel companions, had problems at the security checkpoint and arrived just minutes before our flight from Reno to Montreal left. We had a two hour layover in Dallas Fort Worth and ...
We began the day at 9 AM and 62 degrees, we left Levis and took the short drive to Quebec. With the help of the GPS we had little difficulty finding the old city, and what a marvelous city it is. I am going to struggle to try and describe it, but this will be a challenge.
Old Quebec is located on the banks of the St. Laurence River. And it is hillier than I remember San Francisco to be. The elevation changes from one block to another are enormous. The ...