Econo Lodge Aeroport
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... a piece involved security cameras, or the viewer being filmed, or the viewer being followed by a camera WHILE being filmed...Well, you get the idea. There were a lot of seeing ourselves on camera this time around.
Otherwise, the walk walk was nice. We noticed a lot more eating establishments open late this time, which is great for the participants and, I would assume, the businesses. We also discovered the ...
... over a hundred summits but they are not a connected range like the Rocky Mountains. Forty six of the highest peaks are called 'The 46', Adirondack High Peaks, all over 1,219 metres. There is a 'Forty Sixers Club' for those who successfully climb all 46.
We cross the border between Rouses Point, NY and CBSA Lacolle, QC. Canadian Customs officers bordered the train and did the immigration process. Very simple process. No bags were checked or scanned.
We arrived at ...
... tips if at a restaurant) and boasts free medical services, they appear to be doing little for the homeless. And I am genuinely curious what happens in winter when it gets to -20C. We had the option of catching the metro back to our stop. But it didn't seem too far so we walked. I really enjoy walking as you get to see a lot of an area you would otherwise miss. Samuel does not agree. He was happy with my decision however when we stumbled upon the best sorbet I have ...
... many tales of the lowlands but not yet visited, and to top that all off, MK’s sister Leonie recently moved to the Netherlands and this would serve as the perfect opportunity for a bittersweet reunion.
So the countdown has officially begun, 7 more days until we hop aboard KLM and go cheer on Team Canada, hopefully MK can muster her excitement and actually fall asleep ...
... I went off the beaten path.
I continue my promenade along historic streets to that most venerated of Montreal's churches, La Basilique Notre-Dame de Montreal (The Notre-Dame Basilica of Montreal). Rising from the change in elevation from Rue Sainte-Sulpice to la Place d'Armes, the Basilica squeezes itself into the narrow streets of the Old City, on Rue Notre-Dame. Walking across the square teeming with tourists, street performers entertain kids with ...