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... adventure on the metro to visit the 1976 Olympic park. Joe had learnt about this at uni as it is the most famous example of hosting the games bankrupting the city - who have only just broken even! We plodded back to Sherbrooke station and wondered over to Parc Fontaine, just across from where we were staying, to the infamous poutine restaurant La Barquis.We got our takeaways, a couple of beers and sat in the park next to the lake with a band (2 guitars and ...
We set off for the Science museum this morning. I had spent the previous night researching the museum (aka looking for cheeper tickets) and the reviews were pretty consistent: it was overpriced and not a lot to do. Oh well Samuel was excited and I didn't think it was too expensive for a couple of hours. When we entered the room aimed at 4-7 year old children I was shocked. On first appearances it was the size of the minimoves room, ...
... Falls and got to appreciate the natural wonder up close. I was surprised by how much of a tourist site Niagara Falls was. Of course, I had expected it to be popular with tourists but I had not expected the surrounding area to share a resemblance with the likes of Southend-on-Sea and Blackpool. I’m not complaining about it though, the plethora of attractions meant that we were never bored and we got to enjoy places including the Coke and Hershey’s ...
... clean even in the dust of Namibia, and is large enough to fit my camera, water bottle, sunscreen, sunglasses, reading glasses, phone, tissues, pen and notebook, and other such essentials.
- Headlamp. Absolutely essential if you plan to camp. Even if you're not camping, these are extremely useful. After all, it's really rude to come back late to a hostel dorm room and flick on the ...
... in at the three monkey brassiere in Old Montreal for a beer to cool down and drown our sorrows about my broken camera and phone and getting lost. We managed to catch the whole second half of the Wimbledom semi final with Andy Roddick which was very exciting to watch and I am not normally a tennis fan.
For dinner we walked up to Rue Saint Laurent and checked out Sabor Latino, a Latin American supermarket and restaurant. I had read it was some of the best ...