La Residence Du Voyageur
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... br> dinner time and so off along to the diner I went for yet another magical 3
course meal. With all this food I will be eating over the next few weeks I
certainly will be needing to go on diet on return.
dinner I sat in the lounge car using the Wi-Fi internet system when I got
chatting to a friendly lady who was travelling to Montreal. Her name was
Elizabeth and she and i have much in common. She tells me she has lived and
toured many parts ...
... After brekky, I ventured into the old city. Here you can find old buildings with green tops, plenty of tourists and some museums and churches, as well as plenty of cafes and restaurants. The basilica was the first stop and has an impressive interior. At least the entrance
fee was reasonable at $5. While in London, they charge 18 pounds to get
into St Pauls, which is ludicrous. I walked around with an eye on the
clock as I had to catch a 2pm bus. ...
I got myself on a bus to Montreal which was a pretty painless 2 and a half hours. However, Greyhound bus company. IS. THE. WORST. BUS. COMPANY. IN. THE. WORLD. If i never sat on another one of their buses, I would be happy. The drivers are rude as hell. When we got to Montreal the guy wouldn't even let me get my own bag off the bus because not everyone was off the bus yet. Are you serious mate? My bag is ...
... Of course it was and not
just to tick another city off the list either. You know, I may have the opportunity
to come back here in the future, but if I don’t, I won’t regret the time it
took to travel to Montreal and back. I can look back and rest assured that I’ve
made the most of my time here in Canada.
Onward to Texas……..
*old building, new restaurant within to
look old, you get the ...
OK, today was seriously cold.
We had a late start as Terry had some BAS's to do. At midday when we went out, it was -21, feels like -30. Fine, clear and sunny, but cold as. We scuttled to the bus, then took the train to Champ-de-Mars and walked for a few minutes to Château Ramezay built in 1705. Just a house really, but it was very interesting and informative ...