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... br> dinner time and so off along to the diner I went for yet another magical 3
course meal. With all this food I will be eating over the next few weeks I
certainly will be needing to go on diet on return.
dinner I sat in the lounge car using the Wi-Fi internet system when I got
chatting to a friendly lady who was travelling to Montreal. Her name was
Elizabeth and she and i have much in common. She tells me she has lived and
toured many parts ...
... a big snowstorm had passed Montreal that night and it was still snowing in the morning. We already had a hard time identifying our cars at the parking lot, let alone being able to get out of there. Even without luggage or people inside the cars it was impossible to drive off the parking lot, as we would get stuck in the snow at every turn. Good thing we were with 10 strong BC students and managed to push both of the cars out of there after half an hour of struggling. We were ...
... to be feeling it more than I. There are nice bus shelters, but sometimes there are old women in there smoking (not allowed), so we have to wait outside.
Needed to go to a Target for a few things today, and I'm no expert on this store, but it seemed more upmarket than its Australian cousin. And you can get groceries as well. Almost got lost finding it, as we weren't prepared today, normally Terry has each trip organized precisely. We tried asking locals ...
... lookalike professor has me smiling and thinking I might actually enjoy this lecture. My friend grins at me from the side so as to say, 'See, I told you he is funny'.
This gray haired prof with his round Harry Potter glasses scuffles from one side of the board to the other, leaving tiny numbers and equations all over and saying things like, 'this weird thing here, 1.67blablabla, riiiight?'. Wow. ...
After the stress of the day before, today in class was the opposite, even concluding at 3.30 pm instead of 5 or after. Walked with 2 of course mates to Old Montreal, which I had barely seen on my second day. Yes there were the tacky souvenir shops, but people come here for the characterful cafes either side of the cobble-stoned street. Conveniently, on the other side of ...