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Travel Blogs from Laval
... recovered in their excavation (the last in the series of buildings on the site was a bank, which burnt down, and they were going to redevelop the site as a car park, but the City stepped in and turned it into the museum).
There was also a special exhibit on Marco Polo and his journeys - bits and pieces from all over, really, minor stuff puffed up into a 'special exhibition', but interesting enough, I ...
... part of this trip; the french part of 'French Canadian'. Mine and Kate's french are both a little rusty which would be an understatement, and a slight on the word rusty. Our french is more catastrophic. Luckily, although everyone here does naturally flow into French, they can also just as naturally flow into English. As soon as you look slightly baffled at them they change into English and have a perfectly understandable Canadian accent which is clearer than most English people. ...
... Luckily enough, the kid was a little angel and the most 'demanding' he got was asking me to open and close the window shade. My God... it would be great to be so easily entertained.
We got to Vancouver a few minutes early, which was a godsend for myself and the rest of the passengers who had connections. We had just enough time to raid the convenience store to stock up on water and assorted flight snacks.
I proceeded ...
February Quebec City
Once again Dianne has about four hours deep sleep before
waking, and is not able to get back to sleep. About 7am ends up going down to
the 6th floor where there is a gym, swimming pool and spa, and not
many people at this time of day. She does
about 20 mins on bike, then a short swim in the heated pool, followed by the
spa, which is heated to 104F. The whole ...
... to sit in a big top tent and did not go. Instead, we bought some ice cream and then the kids wanted to go in some paddle boats.
They were having a ball for 30 minutes, paddling and splashing one another....they all got very wet but as it was so hot no one really cared or minded. Cathy then suggested we go visit Mont Tremblant, we have never heard of it so we said sure why not! As it turns out it was a lot like Whistler, a ski village, but unlike ...