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Now comes the food tour of the city. It didn't start our that way, and I ...
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... we were stopped short by a security line where cops were surveying the taxi drop-offs for the race. So much for that. We headed back to the tower instead for lunch.
We ate just as the race began, listening to the start of the engines and introduction of the starting grid while we snacked on cherries and pieces of apple, and squares of deliciously under-cooked brownies. Then we made our way back ...
... 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 ...
Wow! This horticultural art extravaganza continues.
Winding along the paths, woodlands, lakes and ponds of the Montreal Botanical Gardens, the setting itself becomes part of the spectacle. I've never seen anything like this, and it is simply stunning. Add the Olmpic Tower in the background of many of the works, and we are bordering on the surreal.
The method the artists employ to create their overall theme, how they use plant materials to resemble people, animals, even gods, ...