Des Seigneurs Saint Hyacinthe
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... days. It's a series of 8 books so I'm sure she will be finished and well up on everything by the time we arrive in PEI, quite the challenge as the language is from the early 1900's. I love seeing something take off like that. When we get back into USA I see us reading aloud from books focusing on the Civil War and the Civil Rights movement before we visit important places linked to those points in time. After visiting the Henry Ford Museum in ...
... for a meal and a sing-song. We could join in the singing of Frere Jacques,Au Clare de la lune, and Allouette in French!!. At least the first verses. Willie and Wendy ordered Brazilian coffees which were made at the table- another entertainment. Back to the hotel to pack for an early departure for our train trip to Toronto, and this is where we say au revoir to Sonia and Wendy s they are driving back to Sonia's home near Ottawa in the ...
... last games of handball before checkout and heading out to the airport. We ate a light supper at a little restaurant in the airport and picked up a couple drinks to go and walked to our gate. After a few delays we finally got off the ground and headed for Ottawa. Running to our connection we arrive at the next gate only to find out the plane hadn't yet arrived. We managed to make it home sans 1 piece of luggage which made it to Toronto. The Powers showed up ...
... do look American though. But there is a major fatal difference! There is no corner shop! It's really different from the UK where you can easily get a carton of milk just round the corner of the street. Anyway, it's a nice 1 hour walk in the morning and I finally found a cafe to have my breakfast.
Montreal is well known to be a safe city, however, in this very cafe I am having breakfast right now, a guy just stole a phone from a customer. That guy ran ...
... old town it was almost time for us to go back to the apartment and meet Rish. We were also getting quite hungry which was so surprise as it was almost 2pm, a good 4 or so hours after we ate breakfast. On our journey back to the apartment we popped into the supermarket and grabbed some ingredients to make gourmet sandwiches at Rish's apartment. A new favourite of ours is turkey. Not a meat often used in Australia but so tasty and it works so well with some many different ...