Le Saint Malo
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... lot with gravy. It’s awesome. This is the original dish which can be embellished with all manner of yummy toppings to really take the calorie count into the stratosphere. Our order came with peppers and salami on top. Also recommended by the guy at the counter was a Chicken & Lamb Makloub, which he described as a sandwich but actually turned out to be a lot of filling folded up in a large pizza base.
Ice hockey to the Canadians is similar ...
... so as not to disturb anybody. After brekky I chatted with a friendly German guy for over an hr and
then checked out. I left my bag in room 106, which is where all the bags are left, and then set off for the port. I The first order of business was a cruise (AML) that would last 90 minutes and had a guide dressed in centuries old costume. He told us about the Olympic stadium with the expensive condos alongside that cost a million Dollars, even now, about ...
... unwind the last 3 weeks, relax and explore. Before we even reached our slip we were giddy with what Montreal clearly had to offer, greeting us from the shore was roller coasters, beaches, music and the large blue and yellow Cirque De Soleil tent! We were thrilled.
Right after they left for the airport, armed with Captain Steve's delicious bloody marys, we raced through the tasks of cleaning and covering as fast as possible to ensure the rest of that first day was ours to ...
Today is our last day in Montreal!
Dan and I will be seeing an old friend for lunch at Chez Jose.
I have some furniture to sell to finalize me moving out. I'LL MISS YOU MONTREAL!
We will have to find something ...
... to sleep after 1am, and the alarm went far too early. We took a taxi to Penn Station, one last drive along 5th Ave, beside Central Park, with its misty lamplights, one last wistful look at Tiffany and all those fabulous shops, contrasting with the block long lines of people waiting patiently for their free charity breakfast.
The railway goes up beside the Hudson, but it looked very dreary today in the mist, which ...