Comfort Hotel Downtown
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After watching the end of the Womens 80km Cycling leg the Mens 160km race was due to start at 4pm. I was already at the starting line having watched the womens race end just after 3pm. The racers gathered and waited for the starting pistol ...
... br> Once again this journey was just as boring as was the first section from Halifax and was just flat fields with the occasional town.
On leaving Montreal we were served coffee or almost any drink we wanted. Then the kind lady brought out a few snacks and hot towels and finally she served us a nice hot lunch.
With the scenery being so bleak I struggled to even use my cameras and simply tried to sleep as much as possible.
Finally we are about 20 miles ...
Have not had any time to write - flying, eating, drinking and sleeping.
Interesting start - Jeff ordered some drinks for us at the Pearson airport - 2 beer and 2 cocktails. This is one of those fancy electronic ordering bars. Had to order twice and the order still never got into the system (although it remains to be seen if he is charged once, twice or not at all). The drink Eleanor got was terrible - looked like dishwater and tasted bad. I had a ...
... trying to identify and deal with current matters as well as those that may arise in our absence. We have a house and a family to leave behind, not to mention abandoning Bonnie's pet vegetables just as they come to harvest. It's always a challenge, but this trip seemed to require more than we've ever had to face in the past. 'Oh, boo ...
... we fired up a final game of Hand & Foot to end our stay. During the game JJ decided that work could wait and their neighbour would be more than happy to continue her care for their dog Ben. Avid readers will know that we camped with JJ 4 years previously at a different campsite, and with a new destination in mind we hit the road to Valens. The campground fire wood retailed at $7.50, but an enterprising neighbour on the outskirts of town was offering an identical bag for just ...