Hotel Dauphin Montreal - Longueuil
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... these languages, nor do I expect to find many English-speakers in any of the places I plan to visit. But that's okay. It's more fun that way.
Where are all these 'stan countries anyway?
There are five countries that Westerners usually lump together as the 'stans: Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan, which I'll be visiting on this trip, and Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan, which I will not. Here's a handy intro ...
I land on schedule in Montreal and clear customs quiet quickly though the usual questions why are you here, how long are you staying, do you know anyone or have any gifts over $60... All questions I answered on the form lol. By the time I get through customs my luggage is ready and waiting for me. José is waiting for me outside which was great. A short car ride home via his friends Bryan's place to collect Chico his little dog who immediately jumps in my lap to greet me. A ...
All in all, it was a wonderful day of fun and exploration, and relatively isolated from the majority of the crowds especially on such a busy day on the islands. It was an easy, relaxing walk, and I would suggest anyone, be it from the Shore or Montreal, take a day and go exploring. Next time, we'll check out the race track and Ile Notre-Dame. Until then!
... and eggs. Then we split up. The kids and dads went to a couple sports stores and back to the hotel for some swimming and r&r. Lisa and I went shopping. We spent at least an hour trying on clothes at Le Chateau. It was a successful visit here. Then we wandered through the Eaton Center for a while before visiting a few other places, Then to Simons. If only we had unlimited credit cards! Wow, they had a lot of great stuff from sweaters and outerwear to ...
... river, and like Quebec was originally an Indian settlement but the Indians seemed to disappear onto pastures new by the time the French had come back for a second time in the early 1600s. Montreal was the furthest point that you could get to by boat 1600s and Mr Newhouse (Maisonneuve) planted his Red white and blue flag in 1642. Old Montreal is charming and the free city transportation to get there made it great value for money. Ok so the busses ...