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... until late, fresh strawberries at the market, 5 à 7s on a terrasse, street fairs, and tons to see and do. In the coming days, I look forward to catching up with all of you, and taking advantage of all the wonderful things that Montreal in the summertime has to offer.
It's been an incredible trip. I can't even begin to process all the things I saw and did in my few short weeks in South Africa and Namibia. Both ...
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Remember when it rains it pours here. Our lake grew by 1.5 foot. Almost overflowed . The seas were rough that day. Also remember when you rent you may have different kinds of neighbors (from N.Y. with 16 kids). You should be prepared.
A good place to go is Murrell's Inlet. They have a boardwalk and restaurants and piers and marsh (nice area for photos). It was very ...
... question online, we phone to get the price we think is the best. Surprise ! They ask us new and more complicated questions to be sure we thought about every possibilities. Finally we think we told them everything. And no lies please. They will not be happy. At least I talked to a nice bilingual Chateauguay girl who lives in Vancouver.
Hopefully this insurance will not be used. But boy what ...
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In the morning we got up for some of the biggest crossaints you have seen in your life, which kickstarted the day for us. With so many things to do in Montreal and only 2 full days it was hard to pick a handful, but we decided to start by walking down Rue Sainte-Catherine into the middle of downtown. This is one of the main streets and goes by many shopping centres and some of the main attractions including the Museum of Contemporary Art and a few ...
Temperature 6 degrees and raining.
The drive to Montreal was wet. Long and wet, approximately 6 hours. We stopped halfway at Kingston for lunch where we raided the souvenir shop for anything that would make us stand out as ridiculous tourists. Peter's selection of a touk (beanie) with a Mohawk took the cake and Colton has since claimed it for himself and refuses to relinquish it. I must say I would rather walk around with Colton wearing it than Peter.