Des Seigneurs Saint Hyacinthe
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Travel Blogs from Saint Hyacinthe
... sidewalks and construction(because it isn't summer in Montreal without construction!), we happened upon the competition, Fairmount Bagel, and stopped in just for a whiff. It seems like a much more crowded storefront, but equally as popular and deliciously-scented. We stopped at a small market so I could withdraw some cash, but a sign in the window caught Trisha's eye, so we found ourselves browsing the shop for a drink called Bec cola, a ...
... you packing?
Most of my packing list will be similar to previous trips. I'm packing for hot weather, pretty much. I'll throw in one warmer set of clothing in case of cold nights in the mountains. I'm taking a scarf for more conservative regions or mosques, but I'm told that there's no need to go ultra-conservative with the clothing in any of the places I'll be.
I'm also adding in a few extra items that I don't ...
... coffee stop at Tim Hortons we went again to the Parc de Chute Montmorency and this time were able to go up in the Gondola. What a difference in the waterfall In two days. Much more water cascading down. We went along the walkways and over the bridge at the top. The walk further on had become very slushy and slippery so we do not venture further. I have to say that you can climb steps to the top but the approach paths were covered ...
... steak, except Brian who ordered the famous smoked meat sandwich. We couldn't fit dessert but decided to order it to go. A strawberry cheesecake while weighed almost 1lb and a decadent 6 layer carrot cake with cream cheese icing. Mmmmmm! We rolled ourselves from Ste Catherine Street back to our hotel where the boys hung out in the Powers room while the adults gathered in the Silvers room for a couple hours to chat and wind down. Then off to ...
... jacket I got a week ago kept me warm and the wind out! As usual, there is an air of europe around _ a stylishness and confidence of the people as they went about their business. I must admit, seeing the lovely outfits in the windows, the jackets, boots, scarves, gloves made me wish I lived in that sort of environment but I got over it pretty quick! And for those who know what a fashionista and lousy shopper I ...