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... Peru, he had never really been in such a historical city. He knew he was headed to far more historical locales soon, but this one, with its heavily French setting and friendly people, just felt unique to him. A mountain stood in the middle of town, visible from most aspects of the city. Action man looked up at it and enjoyed the concept of such nature being in close proximity to the urban ...
... and connected to the Metro system (trains). I don't think we ended up finding the actual shopping mall as the one we were in was just your normal everyday shops but underground, but I guess that's what they were going for. Some of the others went iceskating so Taylah and I popped down to see them. There was a 60+ year old man going for gold! Leg up, doing the splits and spinning. He was so talented and flexible for an old boy! ...
... but there is also an interesting museum about the forming of the 22nd Battalion and presentations on all the missions they have contributed to.
Then walked back to the Place d'Armes and had a very yummy hamburger at Le Chic Shack, who use prime Canadian beef and brioche buns which makes a big difference. Then it was time to collect my bags from the hotel and walk to the Train station for my 3 pm train to ...
... as well. I saw lots of cards with pictures of Montreal in Autumn & winter. I am taking some of those images and will hopefully be able to take similar photo's. They are my inspiration. I am looking so forward to exploring Montreal. I feel so fake when I speak in French. The only problem is as soon as I say bonjour, people think I can speak French. I then have to say "English" I'm such a ...
... a bike. It was a huge shame when we noticed the bike shop was closed. Oh well we thought we can walk, weve been walking loads so another day wont hurt.. Off we strolled East on the islands heading along the road, passing by big trees, beautiful green grass and flower gardens. Along the north eest we found a 3km or so long boardwalk that looked right out onto Lake Ontario. At the end of this path we reached the south east point of the island. We found a ...