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Travel Blogs from Montreal
... that we are in Toronto at the same time too. It's funny, the world is huge and yet I keep bumping into people I've already met! I am now currently sat on a bus which is a 6 and a half hour journey to Toronto, the wifi is poor and I have no food. Montreal was amazing, I met the coolest people and hope I can go back there at some point in the future! However, I cannot wait to be able to read menus and road signs again... Bloody French! Au revoir Montreal and wusssssup ...
... time but got on the train with just enough time to get us seated at the stadium before (kickoff??). Our seats were right at the back with the families which meant kids, screaming screaming kids. But the upside of this was that there was sexy cheerleaders getting the kids going so in the boring bits of the hockey we just watched them. The game was between the Montreal Canadiens and the Florida Panthers and being that we were in Montreal we were cheering for them. ...
... Agents name and email address for house next door to us. Peter and Margaret never mentioned selling a bit sneaky doing it while we are away but I will email the agent and tell him the dividing fence is not the regulated height of 1.8m it is 1.5m and we can see Peter's head when he is watering. We would like the fence at the correct height before they sell.
Did some of today's blog while Richard was watching TV and using his ipad till it was time for bed.
... brown gravy
and curd cheese. Ours has chicken in it
as well, and is OK, but nothing special.
Our thoughts on
Quebec City Winter Carnival
It was quite enjoyable.
The highlights were the Canoe Races and the Ice sculptures. However it was written up as being a
spectacular world-class event that should not be missed, and we didn’t think it
was that spectacular. Looks like we WILL
have to go to the Harbin Ice ...
... Rue Saint Denis. When Guddis arrived we continued walking the way we had been going. We decided to get some lunch and found a place called Bistro Japonais Kinoya.
Dylan ordered us some Saki and Umeshu (Japanese Plum Wine). I had the Maki Combo 3 to eat which was yummy. With all the alcohol, I was starting to feel a little chirpy! Our late lunch finished around 4:30.
We decided to walk off our lunch, back into ...