Hotel Terrasse Royale
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... band & they were good fun. Stayed there till stumps & finally returned back to rest our weary legs. Back on the balcony now & smiling about the many sights & sounds we saw today.... :)
Montreal has been a blast & we both love it... Only disappointment since arriving here was to find out that Leonard isn't home! Oh well, will try & time it better next visit... & yes, that bloody parking fine!
... 747 route. But that would require a level of intelligence not usually ascribed to the STM. I packed myself onto the crowded airport bus, people and luggage wedged in like sardines as the driver shouted at people to "tassez-vous!" Never mind Mexico; they're going to have to make the chicken bus jokes about Montreal.
Feeling like a VIP
I arrived here at Trudeau shortly after 7am, checked my bags, and was offered a free exit row upgrade by ...
... and obviously inspiring thousands around him!
There was a coke label printer set up, so I got dad a free coke with his name on it. Bday present numero uno!We took them down to Habitat 67 and the old port where we looked around, took some photos and admired the summertime before walking to notre dame cathedral for more family photos.
Jenny drove us to mont royal for a view over the city where we did some hiking ...
... it onve we saw the view. There were so many people using this trail for exercise, it was exhausting walking up let alone running multiple times.
From the top we had uniterrupted views of the whole city and the river. We spent a good 45 minutes up there enjoying the views and the sunshine. After the climb down we headed back towards the hotel. We relaxed in the hostel room for a few hours before meeting up with our group again to ...
... certaine façon. Le cordonnier est un peu moins mal chaussé! Une chose qu'Haïti m'a vraiment appris, c'est vraiment le pouvoir de l'espoir. Faudra explorer et expliciter un jour!
Donc cette année m'a permis de retrouver la forme et la bonne humeur, et ce départ d'Haïti se fait donc dans l'ordre des choses et de nos objectifs initiaux, qui sont de découvrir des pays et des cultures, via l'expatriation. On a fait 4 ans et demi au Viet Nam, on a fait 4 ans et ...