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... and we spent an enjoyable few hours over lunch accompanied by some Aussie wine we had purchased in one of the towns. Back to Montreal for a few days where we were treated to Teresa's grand tour of the city. This included a typical lunch of Montreal smoked meat sandwich (one shared between two) and Molsons export beer. On our last day we headed out to the Laurentian Mountains a two hour drive from Montreal. The weather has ...
... had a first course, the French would never consider sharing an appetizer so we each indulged, I in sausage and Steve in a goat cheese crisp, and then quietly swapped dishes to try it all. Next was the main courses of flank steak and sausage pudding, accompanied with roasted vegetables and potatoes au gratin, all presented by the Chef himself who did not know we were American and explained each dish in his native tongue. In lieu of sweets we opted for the cheese board for dessert, ...
... the never ending barrage of icebergs, did not crumble into the water. Some poutine for lunch and a museum visit kept us entertained for the afternoon before indulging in some serious chocolate dessert/dinner at Juliette et Chocolat. The smell in this place was actually quite asphyxiating but if you had to suffocate somewhere I'd pick a chocolate restaurant any day. Day two involved a trip to the biodome, a zoo of ...
... and people were coming in very late. This meant we were both quite tired so we had a relaxed start to the day. We set off mid-morning to see the Old Town and Old Dock Area. The weather is amazing, 20-23 Celsius, clear skies and strong sunshine, so wandering is nice if a little too warm. The Old Town area is relatively small with a couple of streets surrounded by the huge city that Montreal is. The Old Dock area is next to the Old Town and runs alongside ...
... our B&B. Luckily for us he was correct that we didnt need to pre-book, most Montreal people are just as casual as him and we easily bought a ticket only 30 mins before it departed. The bus sure was packed. Not a seat spare. There also seemed to be a few people who had boarded that weren't 100% alert. The man who sat in front of us mumbled to himself literally the whole 3hr bus ride. There was a lady who entered the toilet cubicle at the back of the bus and proceeded ...