Days Inn Ste-Helene-de-Bagot
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... Hilaire nature centre, especially not for hiking. Heck, those of you who know me well enough know my dislike for climbing mountains. I'd rather take a chair lift, bus, camel, WHATEVER, and meet you at the top. I don't mind the height - in fact, I love seeing the world from above. I just don't like the climbing part. So when Mario suggested we test out the trails at Mont Saint-Hilaire for a cub activity ...
We have had a great couple days in the Niagara area visiting Grandma Brown. Last night night we went up the Skylon tower to have dinner and enjoy the lights over the falls. Rain and fog interfered a bit but a drive around the parkway was beautiful. Today we are on our way to Gore Bay (Manitoulin Island) to visit friends then on to Marathon ...
... Cafe. On the 20th, it was Bromont. We decided to eat at the studio which is always fun. We had fall turnip and carrot potage, salad, steak & potato wedges. To accompany the meal, China Shop wine. French pastry and coffee. Then we had a tight match of Crazy 8's. Let's just call it even! Sept.21st - The next morning, a continental breakfast. Croissant, cold cuts, cheese, fruit, yogurt and coffee. It's on the Jay & Vanessa for supper. The celebration ...
Larissa always has Friday off so we usually plan a day out. The sun was out and it was the perfect time to take a drive to the country. We headed to the Eastern Townships for lunch. As I had already eaten at Le Perouse and really enjoyed it I thought it would be a good choice. We both had the the potage followed by the Bavette a l'echellotte with a glass of Merlot. Dessert and ...
... stuff, going a short bike ride and just plain relaxing in a quiet marina.
Many boaters play with language to name their boats, including the French Canadians. Can any of my Francophone friends figure out the meanings of these boat names? ...