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... Building. On the Sunday, I ventured out to see Times Square and took a boat tour out to see the Statue of Liberty and the famous New York City skyline. On a more sombre note, I spent that afternoon visiting the 9/11 memorial. The memorial had not been completely finished when I visited, but was still a touching experience. It is hard, after all, to visit New York City without remembering in some way the events of that day. I finished my day with a walk across ...
... is located in the heart of old Montreal. Old Montreal is filled with cobble stone roads and French inspired creperies! It's a wonderful place to just hang out and enjoy yourself! One place was and indoor /outdoor restaurant with a wonderful band and singer and superb French onion soup! Mwahh! Until next time M and ...
The Botanical Garden was founded in 1931 and is home to 22,000 plant species and 10 greenhouses. With 30 themed gardens on a little over 185 acres, the park feels even larger because it borders Maisonneuve Park, one of the largest of the city's many green parks. Themes include a peaceful Japanese garden, an incredibly moving First Nations garden dedicated to Canada's native peoples - the largest in North America, and the largest Chinese Gardens (inspired by the Ming ...
... Around the corner we crossed another bridge with more idyllic views over Lake St Lawrence. After riding up the silky Highway 416 we took a turning for a scenic route into Ottawa. It was smooth as a cashmere codpiece and flat as a witched tit. The scenic route signs disappeared and we had to turn back onto the 416 to get to Ottawa as we had no idea where we were.
I hadn't heard many positive things about Canada's capital but was pleasantly surprised by it. The ...
... in an air conditioned café across the street. After lunch it was still hot and muggy so it was possibly the worst day to do the bus tour but we did it anyway hoping the breeze on the top of the bus would cool us down. The tour was pretty good and I did see a few more areas we hadn’t seen before. We did learn a bit more about the city too like the fact that it has 32 kms of ‘underground city’, complexes, apartments, shopping and walkways all connected ...
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