Holiday Inn Montreal Airport
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Heading out of Boston proved a much easier deal than finding our way in, and we set off in search of Phil George's home to collect some mail. We had a really fun visit with him and his family; our kids finding instant rapport with Kyle & Grace, and they would have happily set up camp in their garden for the next week. But we had an appointment …
... 50th anniversary (check preceeding blog), his parent's 64th wedding anniversary, and a beaver's funeral... (see picture!) Anyhow, some photos of our passage in Quebec.
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The government stands firm, almost better than in Quebec! The President and his Prime Minister are not too much threatened by the scandals, the main Ministers do not move. Well, Richard is with his 6th Minister of Employment there in 3 and a half years, but ...
... further away so we are not wet. We then watch the Lotto Quebec fireworks from the old port. Today the USA are showing a very good one, probably one of the best I have ever seen. Finally, when I get home, we have another another CivIV round.
Only two days left before we go to New York. And, today is actually a so called special day : I am 24 now ! I have loosely planned to do a barbecue on the rooftop tonight, but am a bit tensed by the ...
... were ready long before us. We checked out a little while after them and then followed them to the Biodome, which is housed in one of the old Olympic buildings and next to the original stadium. The building is quite impressive. Inside, different climatic areas and habitats had been recreated with a few animals and birds to add further interest. A few groups of teenage school kids in the old town had been bad enough but at times in the dome, it was unclear ...
... gave us a great deal of recommendations. We began by having a little wander and then stopped for lunch in a Chinese restaurant. We then continued down into the Old Town of Montreal- a very beautiful area of the city which is far more European than North American, although it was rather quiet perhaps this was due to it being a Sunday. There are no sights 'to do' like in other places we've been- but it is more a place you take in and experience. Although we did come across a ...
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