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... had an amazing view out over Montreal. Really fabulous.
From the chalet, we made our way to the 'Cross' - basically a bid metal cross on a hill. Not entirely sure of the purpose to be honest, but it was on the map! From the cross we meandered back down - Deb wanted to visit 'TamTam'. I think we rather found it by accident, rather than design, following the sounds of steel drums. Found a somewhat random pile of granite that looked like it ...
... Kennedys owned several houses in the area. After a quick stop in Georgetown, I spent the afternoon exploring the Lincoln Memorial and reflecting pool.
One of the highlights of my week in DC was visiting the Newsuem- a museum that is completely dedicated to the history of the news. I managed to spend two whole days exploring the five floor museum. It included serious exhibits such as the fall of the Berlin Wall and the 9/11 attacks. Also, when the mood ...
... have three kids and were very
hospitibal, we had a lovely night with them learning more about Quebec
and tasting traditional Quebec Choumer Pudding and some great steaks.
we were off to Quebec city, we spent our time in Old Quebec City which
was the only city in Quebec the Americans couldn't capture. It is a
truly beautiful place, very European and good food! They are very
forthright though when it comes to tips ...
... by the compelling message depicted by this striking piece of art, created in 1985, yet for all intents and purposes, timeless.
After grabbing a quiche for breakfast, I wander into one of Montreal's many churches. They were everywhere, hence the city's nickname, the City of Saints, and "la ville aux cent clochers" (city of one hundred bell towers). Indeed true, as there is a church on every corner and at least one was on my "must ...
... and several other groups to build a canal that would allow ships to bypass the treacherous Lachine Rapids. They didn’t achieve their goal until 1825 and once it opened Montreal grew and thrived and much trade was taken away from Quebec City.
Jane suggested Chris and I rent bikes and go and she would look after Zach for the morning until we returned in the afternoon. Bless her. So once again we went down to Old Montreal and the Port area (the start of the ...