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Travel Blogs from Montreal
... about 6 different questions, I was sweating, why is it that when you cross a border you feel like you are being interrogated for a series of crimes you never committed?! Anyway, after making me go bright red and sweaty, this woman decided to just make it that little bit worse, she looked around at her colleges and spoke to each one in French, as she spoke to them they all looked at me like they were ready to pounce. Two of her rather large male colleges then ...
February Quebec City
Once again Dianne has about four hours deep sleep before
waking, and is not able to get back to sleep. About 7am ends up going down to
the 6th floor where there is a gym, swimming pool and spa, and not
many people at this time of day. She does
about 20 mins on bike, then a short swim in the heated pool, followed by the
spa, which is heated to 104F. The whole ...
... know an estimate of how much it would cost the project for me to stay on in Vancouver.
At 11:45 we met at the front of the Salvation Army building and went to L'Aromate for lunch. There was Sylvain Blais, Sylvain Leduc, Rory Campbell, Nancy Audet, Paul Savoie, Antoine Uong, Martiel Giguere, Martine Lapierre, Yves Djar, Dylan, Me, Guddis and Steve Turner. A really nice restaurant and one I had been walking by every day on the way to ...
... and grab a few brochures and set out on our way.
Beautiful old buildings, cobble stone streets, magnificent churches, wonderful cafe district and lots of souvenir shops. We took our time wandering through the district as it was also about 35C! Shop hopping was an option as it was nice to get into the air conditioning! We had some lunch then made our way down to the waterfront park. Cirque du Soleil were set up in the park but we thought it is way ...
... the Church (obviously because he was not happy with the first shot), I assumed the person taking the photos was his travelling companion, however when he hit me up to take his picture in the park next to the Church (I managed to get a shot that was "approved" on the second go), I worked out that he was just not shy in asking for a "good" photo!! I got him to return the favour and then made sure I left in the opposite direction!!