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I was extra snappy with the children this morning; "get dressed! eat your cereal! go to the toilet!" We had a bus to catch, and although Tom likes to arrive at the pick up point at the last possible moment, I, when travelling with two children, like to be early. I didn't plan on being half an hour early. Sammy, being the optimist that he is, saw the extra time as an opportunity to play and enjoy the beautiful day that was shining down on us. Our destination was Montmorency Falls ...
... the cob and then going to see the Cirque du Soleil show again. Was impessive still, but they cut one of my favourite acts!! Tried to meet up with Valerie, Caro's sister, but there were too many people and we couldn't find each other. Took a tour on the cycle path to come home which was nice, and now in bed hoping to get more of a lie in than ...
... to sit down and cry about not being in Australia where people went to water in such hot weather. Alas, I did not sit down and cry. On we continued to walk, and the moment I saw a park I took the lead and headed into it.
Much to my delight, I found a great fountain that was so big that children were running around in it getting drenched as if it were some sort of water park. We stood close by, and let the wind bring ...
... back to the Parliament House and Esplanade Park (from where we could just make out the dormer window of our hotel room). After collecting supplies for a late lunch we headed back to our room. We ventured out late in the afternoon for a stroll through Place d'Youville to enjoy the ambience and collect something for dinner (which seemed considerably more expensive than Montreal).
... the side of a building which looks like a scene from the street. It is called Fresque des Quebecois because it shows a mixture of things that are typical to Quebec. For example, it depicted a couple of kids playing ice hockey in the street.
There was also a mural which looks like you're peering into the inside of a house. It's called Fresque du Petit-Champlain and shows people inside the walls of the house.
Our guide also took us to Place Royale, a ...
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