Hotel Park Avenue
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... wonderful new winter coat that she had been looking for. Then we walked around a little bit more and decided to go back and get the coat and head for a nice early lunch before we get on board the train. 12:21 - We went back to the Queen Elizabeth Hotel after our lovely deli lunch, and we took some pictures for mom of the Bed-in ...
... ice cream was all the convenience store had to offer for dinner. Not exactly fancy, but my chicken sandwich and cookie dough drumstick seemed to hit the spot. We did decide to pack tonight, rather than leave it until the morning, but this was more so because we were told to meet in the lobby at 7am having had breakfast, and getting up to have that breakfast was going to be a stretch as it was.
Peace out from Montreal ...
... these memories).
During my time in Montreal, I was also able to visit Ottawa and Plattsburgh. It was great to see Ottawa as, after living in Canada for several months, it would have been rude not to make a trip to the capital city. Ottawa is the centre of federal political power in Canada and after reading about it for far too many of my political science classes, it was about time I saw the place in person. While in Ottawa, I was able to visit the ...
... winter months used by over 500,000 per day. More info on it can be found here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Undergroun d_City,_Montreal
Zach had another meltdown, due to being tired and hot, about not wanting to leave the top of the open air double decker bus when we were all melting up there so we got off at Parc Mont Royal and have an ice cream. We waited under the shade of the big trees for about 20 mins for the 11 bus to take us home from the same place we got ...
... in it, etc. There is an international competition that will be held here later in June. It is held every three years and it was previously held in China and Japan. We see workers busily setting up the mosaics. What work goes into each one! We wished we could see it in a couple of weeks.
We took a tour of approximately 45 minutes with Colette, a volunteer from the Friends of the ...