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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 …
... Montreal. It is a really nice lookout and you can see the huge city from up there but only downside is that it was freezing (-26), so we literally jumped out the car, took a few photos and got straight back in. I never thought I'd be in such a hurry to get in a car with Jenny again.We had heard there was a place in town that does traditional Aussie pies so the obvious next stop was there. It was full of Aussie merch, vegemite, curly ...
... knob for the one in front nearly burnt the pork but it turned out okay. There is limited kitchen utensils very base so one has to compromise and thankfully I have microwave containers I can use of my own.
Richard was in his own world watching a Clint Eastwood movie and catching up on thing on his ipad. We were both tired and had had enough of today so we both were naughty and had a sleeping pill to forget our worries and have a good nights sleep.
... to try it again :) the place was right in a cute neighborhood and we could see the traditional three story houses with the stairs on the outside. Then on the way out of town we stopped at a place called Orange Julep which is where orange Julius originally came from. We got some cute pictures and then hit the road back home. ...
... Sherbroke which had other main shops, the art district, and the Ritz. We actually sat on a window sill outside the Ritz and took some of their WiFi for a bit. We passed by this cool looking apartment complex that was shaped like a European castle. Our original place to eat was called Qing Hua Dumplings on Lincoln street. But when we got there we were all the sudden not in the mood for dumplings. Instead we went radical and tried an Iraqi restaurant – first time ever as not ...
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