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... looked at the map and weather forecast and decided Montreal was the
best option for a clearer day on Friday.
We set the GPS and took off for the border. The trip was quicker and the border crossing
simpler than we expected. Within 3hrs we
were on the outskirts of Montreal.
Here’s where it gets interesting.
We lost our phone and wifi connection due
to change of country, and the communication with our AirBnB host ...
... at the same venue with the same amount of people - it's crazy. Something like 140,000 people! Anyway - was crazy. Other than that I did a little looking around. I climbed Mont Royal and had a great view over the city. I went to the Biodome - the old airdrome from the summer Olympics - which they've turn into this greenhouse type of thing were they stimulate different climates - rainforest, desert, places from Newfoundland. I was extremely surprised. It didn't take ...
... Of course it was and not
just to tick another city off the list either. You know, I may have the opportunity
to come back here in the future, but if I don’t, I won’t regret the time it
took to travel to Montreal and back. I can look back and rest assured that I’ve
made the most of my time here in Canada.
Onward to Texas……..
*old building, new restaurant within to
look old, you get the ...
... a coastal section where we found heaps of starfish, urchins, sea birds and a man who couldn't understand us but could speak English and taught us about how starfish eat.
The last section was ice, snow, penguins, fish and other birds. There were also lynx. The big fluffy cats were fun to watch. They were in their own section away from the other animals tho. That was a little sad.
We wandered through the fossil room and learnt all about beluga ...
... lost all our food shopping (thrown out by hostel staff) we decided to head to one of the well-known food markets, Marche Jean-Talon, and bought some fruit and veg. See pics.
That night Jenny cooked up a storm and we had some great food. The following day we headed to the Olympic Park where the 1976 Olympics were held. The park is a monument to the wonder that is concrete! Everything is concrete! The park is famous for the tallest leaning tower in ...