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... and that our train is now the only train that now uses this old
train plodded along this old line at a stead 30-40mph for many many miles.
Along the way there were a few old stations where we stopped and quite a few
people boarded the open coaches to travel overnight to Montreal.
the day went on the scenery did not really change and was nothing to get exited
about. A few more cups of coffee in the observation car and finally ...
I got my bus ticket for Quebec City on Thursday at the main bus station at Berri. I found out that the buses to Mt Tremblant only go at 7.30am, 2pm and 5pm, so I had to decide what to do. Later, I decided to book a night at the Hi Mt Tremblant so I could take in the Laurentiane mountains as I have wanted to do for so long. I woule like to go horse-riding if possible. Back at the hostel, I booked that room and wrote this.
... to see a band here but it was $10 and no one wanted to pay the money, so we had one drink and left. They all rode their bikes to the bar, so I rented a bixi bike and we rode to the next bar just down the road.
The show here was pretty good, and it was free, so there was no complaints from me. The night was still young and there was a little Jazz club down the road that I wanted to go to. It was alright, not great, but then I headed ...
... of the
roadhouses, however just unique enough to be palatable.
Strolling the streets of old town looking
for a place to dine was quite enjoyable, with our only criteria for selection
being cosy and quiet. With a genuinely new old atmosphere*, we dinned on a
lovely meal of duck then sweet tarts for dessert.
Next morning we cruised the city for a
while, soaked up the atmosphere then headed back to Toronto.
Was it ...
... York tomorrow morning, leaving at 9.30am, arriving about 2.30am on Sunday morning. Not really looking forward to that.
We have enjoyed Montreal, but the cold has restricted our sightseeing, which was to be expected. Terry is happy as he wanted to experience cold weather first hand, and see how ordinary people coped. When we got home about 5.30pm, it was -13 degrees, feels like - 18, and there is snow predicted for tomorrow.