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Montreal was a pretty and lively city with some lovely buildings and a very French feel - narrow streets and lots of street cafes.
Took a bus tour of the old Quebec town in the morning. The tour was okay, but foggy windows made it awkward. We saw the old fort, citadel, Place Royale, Castle Frontenac, and the Plains of Abraham where the French -- British war lasted all of 20 minutes. After the tour we stayed around, and walked through the shops in the Fort. The boys rode a …
... bakery.....sooooo yummy! Back on the bus we made our way up to Montreal arriving just after lunch. A few drops of rain didn't dampen our enthusiasm for the group photo on the steps of Quebec's Supreme Court and then we had some free time to roam the little shops and cobblestone streets in the vicinity. We came together again at a little store called 'Maple Delights' where we had a brief talk on how Maple syrup is made then had a tasting of the ...
... life. Kindred spirits from the word go. After a tough separation, onto the park mont royal with a quick and unavoidable stop at Schwartz for some smoked meat and pickles! ArrIved in the park to find Kyle, gabby, mags and Harrison with bagels, cake, and wine! Great times were had by all, while Cullen struggled to get through the traffic and join the party with her girls. Zoe and Harrison had a passionate ...
... and the shallow tides to
what I believe I can safely say was all our favorite exhibit: penguins. Have
you ever seen a bunch of penguins playing with each other? It's friggin'
adorable. We happened to come around feeding time, which meant playing +
wrestling for food + adorable eating. I won't bore you with the details of what
we watched, but do highly encourage some serious youtubing of “penguin
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Our room was nice, although we were dissapointed to have no fridge, microwave or drink making facilities in the room. The breakfast bar was quite good with cereals, bread and pastries. There is no hotel parking.
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