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We moesten er even voor rijden maar Montreal is de moeite waard. Prachtige stad aan de St.Lawrence rivier. De stad heeft een zeer Franse uitstraling.
Door de bossen van Maine er naar toe gereden. Maine kenmerkt zich door bossen, meren en bergen. De stadjes en dorpen in Maine zien er soms wel wat armoedig uit. Misschien toch de crisis. …
Our next stop took us to the city of Montreal, the first time of entering the French part of Canada. Naturally English was still spoken everywhere, so that this didn't cause any problems, nor did I have to try and remember any of my long forgotten French from high school too *********treal seemed to have suffered a little bit in recent years with …
... br> So now we wait, upstairs, since gate 88 of Trudeau Airport is downstairs and it's smelly down there. A quick hop to Detroit and then a rather longer jump across the ocean to Narita and we'll find ourselves in Tokyo, ready for another great adventure. See you on the flipside -
My bikes last owner seems like he took great care of it but as I need to get the tyres changed anyway I drop her off for a decent service (valve clearances, timing chain etc). Kevin and I jump on some bikes and spend the afternoon in old Montreal. The jazz festival is on and we check out a couple of ...
... to take photos
in the mall (???) so that somewhat fell through. Still, there was interesting
artwork scattered throughout which gave us our artistic fix, and we left for
dinner satisfied with our day of reconnaissance.
brought with it an overwhelming need for wifi to download a movie for the
night, as well as a mad googling for a dinner restaurant. Luckily just a block
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Service and room were very good. Restaurant also very reccomandable.
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