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... for the whole trip, and printing off confirmation emails. It was a late night, and an early rise.
I am generally a morning person, but this morning I couldn't even conjure up the energy like a true morning person would. Eventually, however, we stumbled out the door and attempted (and succeeded) to take all of our road trip gear down 22 flights in an elevator in one trip. Into the car, and onto the road we went. In movies ...
... was a (much smaller, more manageable, reasonably sized) mall
which offered wifi, snacks, and a grocery store. We plopped ourselves down,
chose a film, and began the slow and painful download of the ever-classic Space
Patrick's Day + legal drinking age meant a fun night in a sports bar and a
sampling of brews back in the hotel, with hella cuddles and mad sleeps ending
our first full day in ...
... royalty that night (of course accompanied by many lovely bottles of French wine)!!
I had a chance to also reconnect with my friend Vivien. Vivien and I met when we worked and lived in France as “jeune-fille-au-pairs”. We connected immediately by our mutual love of the French culture and our strong desire to improve our French language skills. Over the years, we have kept that connection by our continual interest ...
Another long bus ride to leave Quebec city and arrive in Montreal, again everything here is French so communication is always a massive challenge especially when trying to do a special order at McDonalds, it just didn't seem to work properly.
The first day here was spent taking a quick tour of the city, it kind of resembles Quebec except not as nice and clean but still there were some amazing sights to ...
... an iced-tea in Second Cup and our daily dose of the internet, Claire and I walked to Berri-Uqam Park, but before arriving we took a wrong turn and stumbled across a man who'd been asking for money minutes before and was now loitering around a bush. It was only when we retreated down the wrong road that revealed he’d been taking a Jimmy Riddle on the pavement; lovely. Not a foot from the bushes and yet he decided to take aim on the ...