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Again it was a beautiful day in Montreal. Today I ventured around other parts if this fine city. Starting my day with a trip to the museum if fine arts. Musee des beaux-arts de Montreal as it's known around here. They have some free exhibits as well as some temporary ones which require a admission fee. The temporary exhibit is a Chihuly one so I figured I would save some money since I'd seen the one in Seattle already. The first exhibit I ...
Drove back to Montreal. Kevin had just arrived back from Turkey. That evening we take Bixi bikes (bike share) and head to the Plateau. We drop in to see one of Kevin's friends at his gourmet butchers shop and he invites us for dinner at his beautiful house next door. He is planning a trip to Cambodia and Laos with his girlfriend and we spend the evening chatting about what to visit and sampling some great meats and beer from his ...
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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 ...
(surprisingly long) length of the park, then the (also surprisingly long) width
distance to a cross-street which google maps promised us to hold the
long-awaited breakfast. So, we walk along, silently, smelling the bread factory
across the street, tensions high due to everyone's hunger, and lo, ne'r a bar
and grill in sight. Just a massive, concrete hotel/relic of 1986, and a gas
station. What happened then? What ...
... 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 ...