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Today we woke up at hylas house super duper early and got onto our bus to Montreal. We sadly had to say goodbye to hyla. We gave her a big hug and got on our bus with a starbucks coffee in hand. We had a beautiful bus ride to Montreal. When we got to our cute little french hotel called Hotel Ambrose …
... way to ride a bike & have a beer at the same time - it was a classic & the 'patrons' were sure having a great time. Don't think the cars behind were too impressed, but most saw the fun side of it. At least the 'bike-bar' tried to steer along the back streets & not the busy thoroughfare... Finally, upon returning home there was a street concert (as part of the festive during these 2 weeks) just at the end of our street block. It was a ...
... thirty minutes and more comfortable for the next two weeks. You can guess which one I picked. Luckily, it was pretty mild out this morning, and I did pack some warmer layers for chilly nights (Mexico City goes down to single digits at this time of year), so it wasn't that bad. I got a few strange looks from people along Mont-Royal at 6am, mind you.
You'd think that, during the busiest travel week of the year, the STM might add an extra few buses ...
... a churrascuria in Gatineau. We stuffed our faces with meat before heading over quickly to Ottawa to see the nightly summer light show that is projected onto the parliament building.
It show cases Canada's history, in a fun, easy to interpret way, while also allowing us to look at one of (if not) Canada's most beautiful building. We settled in to Jenny's place before calling it another really big ...
... the port and ending up in old Montreal. There are still many buildings with the original French architecture. Most of them are in the older parts of Montreal, it makes these areas quite distinctive from other parts of the city it also helps that all the street signs in Old Montreal are a red colour while the New Montreal signs are white. There is also an exact replica of St Peters Basilica, only it is 1/3 of the size. During the walk ...