Fairfield Inn & Suites Montreal Airport
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... us through the firework display staging area. This is an inconvenience, but we pushed to get them to accommodate us and now most of the security workers know what we need when we approach them. We enjoyed the environment museum at the Jean-Drapeau Park on the island which had some very good high level exhibits. Mick had a conversation with ...
Last weekend I left the USA for the first time since I arrived here on what seems to be forever ago, January 13th. Namely, on Friday morning we left the States behind us and took off to Canada, the land of lakes, maple syrup and Justin Bieber. Together with 9 friends, we rented two cars and we left campus at around 10.30. Both drivers were Australian and had to get used to driving on the other side of the road and were a little confused by the roundabouts, but ...
... as it is huge - over 12 sq km. Lots of shops and restaurants. We'll definitely go back. The subway carriages have rubber wheels, which give a smoother and quieter ride.
It is really hot inside the shops, and really cold outside. I am back wearing my long johns. They are so unattractive and remind me of Lee Marvin, but they make being outside possible.
We are a little tired after yesterday's train trip, so came home early, about 5 o'clock. I bought a ...
... whilst I did 16! My further excuse for my poor performance was I had a very sore ankle / heel. Not sure why or what caused it but it was sore. Anyway, we both really enjoyed the swim and I look forward to doing some more free swimming in the future.
Tomorrow we are off to Ottawa on a bus, which takes around 2.5 hours, where we are staying with some friends we met in South America in 2010. Art & Janine are great fun and we look forward to seeing ...
... in a pub next door to the venue and had a good spying spot from the open terrace window. It was fun just watching all the crowd arrive because everyone was instructed to dress up. There were people in a bottle suit, with masks on, with alfoil all over them and lots of other fun costumes. It was hard to tell if we should try and line up or not because the vast majority of the people in the line had already purchased tickets due to lining up the previous day so had wrist ...