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... home of some of her favorite people in the world. My infant son just wants to be with us, wherever we go.
However, among other things, we weren't willing to do a long flight with a toddler and a newborn. We wanted something a little more different than Europe. We decided on Cuba, a destination that ultimately seems to have it all. Wonderful beaches and great hikes for myself. Culture and history ...
Our final day in Montreal. We studied the guidebook and map and, knowing we were going to be carrying our rucksacks all day, decided on a plan of action. We were out a little later as we caught up with some people back home over Skype first. But as we were trying to leave for the last time, we really struggled to lock the front door (all the doors were very stiff), luckily Charles was on hand (in his towel, swoon!) to help us ...
... temporary home for the night. Tuesday morning was beautiful and we spent the morning exploring Ste Catherine's and napping on the lawns of Vieux Port while waiting for Cassie! She arrived from Toronto around 3:00pm Tuesday afternoon amidst a huge rainstorm. We returned to châteaux Georges before going to supper at an amazing billiard bar and grill in Laval. It was a great find with yummy food ...
... full, but there were spots on the street. It also did not look like a good neighborhood. I wondered if the car would be stolen upon our return.
We rode the metro to Place d'Armes metro station. There is a monument to Paul de Chomeday in the center of the park. We visited Notre Dame Basilica. It is raining too. It costs $5 per person for the visit. You also get a tour if you so choose. We wanted a ...
... ahead is why. Because this is the only time
IN YOUR LIFE that you will ever make that mistake. Because you are learning
something incredibly valuable: don't assume there will be food there. In this
respect, I have become an old person at age 20 – from this point forward I vow
you will never see me without a snack in my bag. Never again will I allow the
hunger-grumps to rule my morning.