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... boots, hat or gloves, there are generally three possibilities:
1. They're crazy.
2. They're a dumb tourist who can't read weather forecasts.
3. They're on their way to be a tourist (albeit hopefully not a dumb one) somewhere warmer.
See, I could bring a warm coat just for the purposes of getting to the airport. But it doesn't make sense to drag it around with me in my backpack for the next two weeks. The alternative was to be cold ...
... and obviously inspiring thousands around him!
There was a coke label printer set up, so I got dad a free coke with his name on it. Bday present numero uno!We took them down to Habitat 67 and the old port where we looked around, took some photos and admired the summertime before walking to notre dame cathedral for more family photos.
Jenny drove us to mont royal for a view over the city where we did some hiking ...
... to dinner and watch the Montreal ice hockey game. All the pubs were really busy with all the locals out to watch the game. We watched the game at Hurleys Irish pub which happened to be one of Beth's favourites. The game didnt go the way everyone wanted with New York winning 1-0, meaning Montreal were eliminated from the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
From one French-Canadian city to the next. Tomorrow we head to Quebec City.
B & L ...
... really fun bar and we partied out until the bar closed. A Montreal tradition after a night of drinking is to go and eat poutine which is like the Canadian equivalent of a greasy kebab or a maccas feed. We went to the same place where Alex and I had a smoked meat sandwich a few weeks ago and then retired back to the apartment to go to ...
... for the 1967 World's Fair. The architect wanted to show what affordable community housing could be. It is a higher-end apartment complex now.
We continued walking in the rain to Place Jacque-Cartier which is a square of cobbled cross streets, gentle downhill slope and ancient buildings with outdoor cafes, street entertainers, artists and vendors. We saw Chateau Ramezay, house of the city's ...