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... warned about the chainsaw murderer that frequents the lake house by my host's young sons and went to bed (the first night was actually a little scary because there was lots of noises coming from the woods and I had heard way to many stories about cabins in the woods.)
I am happy to say I survived my first night. I spent the next 2 days doing very little both in the main house and my little cabin. I spent my time talking to my ...
... and there is a tram track the runs around the edge of the museum. They seemed to have several employees manning the site who all looked like they should be in school. I guess they are cheap. The ‘main hall’ seems just like port dock museum in Adelaide but a bit smaller with a good general cross section of locos, wagons and streetcars, including a horse-drawn tramcar, a Suburban 4-6-4 tank loco, a Royal Hudson, an American and a ten wheeler a Canadian National ...
... 6th February Sydney-Los Angeles-Montreal.
We booked all our flights with United, but for some
reason they are shown as two separate bookings (the return flight to LA, and
the airpass flights), made more difficult because the first flight on the
airpass (LA/Montreal) is with Air Canada.
After booking we found out that because Air Canada is our first flight,
all flights will be according to Air Canada rules, including the ...
... Dunstan drink shot after shot before he starting buying rounds for the rest of us....I was strong willed and retired around midnight but last I heard Dunstan hit the clubs and got home at 11am!
So, Montreal itself is lovey. I headed to old Montreal first and walked the cobblestone streets just enjoying the atmosphere. I then wandered past a fashion sale by Quebec designers and picked up a lovely red jacket for $45. I could have gone crazy as they had ...
... immigration before we find ourselves hanging round the baggage hall watching everyone's bag but ours appear. Mine eventually does but while we nervously scan for Paul's something rather surreal happens. A man approaches, carrying a baby, and starts speaking French rapidly to me while proffering his child. "Parlez vous Anglais?" I ask. "Oui, oui. Will you hold mon bebe?" Errrrr. And before I can answer he thrusts his daughter into my arms to mine and ...
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