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... This was my last day in Montreal and I must say I really, really like this city! Moreover I had an awesome host here and I can't thank Marianne enough for having me and showing me around!! It was a really fun week.
I'm leaving the East of Canada tomorrow and will be on the bus for about 26h (I'm definitely not looking forward to that) on my way to Thunder Bay. The only good thing is that I'll be able to catch up on Doctor Who and Downton Abbey which is sort of worth it ;)
... through you any more, but I think quiet would be an exaggeration. The morning session was bright and warm. Not what was forecast, hence I have a sunburnt neck! The afternoon session was exactly as forecast, and heavy rain came half an hour into the session. Both practice's had produced spins, at one point Carlos Sainz left the track for a trip across the grass right in front of us. It was therefore perhaps inevitable that the session would end with an incident, ...
... our way through the miles of underground shopping malls built for the very cold winters here.
Today Kit went off to hire a bike and rode over the bridges to some of the thousand islands in the St Lawrence River.
Slow start for the rest of us and wandered through the centre weaving in and out of shops above and below ...
... the rain started. We walked to the big cross on the hill which is the height marker for how tall structures in Montreal are allowed to beThe huge oratory church was the next stop on the adventure. Dad and Courtney were pretty impressed, not only with the size, but the construction of it too.
It was gettin late so we headed home, changed, before catching a taxi to the surprise dinner Jenny and I had planned. We still didn't ...
... raising sounds from Ferrari V12s at full song. No more ground shaking rumble of 26 V10s revving up to be unleashed as the lights go out at the start line.
yes F1 is different this year. Fortunately we were treated to vintage F1 cars in the Masters series including some Williams Fords from the 70s, a McLaren, Andretti's black Lotus, a Shadow, even a Wolf and a Hill, all driven by gentleman racers careful not to harm the precious metal, yes metal, no carbon fibre ...