Des Seigneurs Saint Hyacinthe
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... so very crowded. There is time and space to do things properly, to delve beneath the surface. I got some lovely pictures of the cross and the Montréal skyline and some audacious squirrels who were quite content to pose in plain view of my camera. On my way home I wasn't quite sure what to do, so I ended up shopping a little and buying some chocolate snacks in the subway, of all places. Then I drifted back to the hostel, watching as Rue ...
Squirrels, beavers, piranha , flamingos ... What an assortment! Big sight seeing day after a lively wake up call complete with coffee and juice followed by breakfast in our special lounge overlooking Montreal. We hop on the hop on bus again and head for old Montreal to see the Notre Dam ... Not expecting much but looking forward to it and goodness gracious if it isn't one of the most beautiful things I have seen. Even Royce is impressed .. ...really worth ...
... very frustrated. As time went by more and more people filled the store wondering what was going on and waiting for the shops to open. At 11:30 we gave up and caught the train home. It was at our local train station that I saw a sign on a closed store that said today was Jean-Baptist day...a public holiday! I had no backup plan. It was now teaming with rain, Adalia was asleep and Samuel wanted to watch TV. So we stayed in our hotel room for a few hours. It was clear to ...
... got back to the apartment and Rish was still not home so we made our lunch and parked ourselves on his comfortable L shaped black leather couch and waited for his return. About an hour later Rish returned home after two games of hockey..one ice and one street game. Despite a late night last night and an early morning he was full of energy after his hockey. To say Rish lives and breaths hockey would be an understatement. RISH IS HOCKEY. It was a shame we wouldnt be around to ...
Jumped on the busses and drove the 4 hours to Montreal Spent afternoon doing 'rally' activity around city to see town and familiarise ourselves Stayed at a local hotel - very nice :) - and had big meal for dinner After dinner went wondering the city with Rob.. Collected some shopping then went to local take away places for some more food Cafe had wifi and we made some calls ...