La Tour Belvedere
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... speaking wards. We happened to pick the right one. This happened to be high council Sunday so it was pretty typical. The guest speaker was an18 year old young man and he gave a great talk about gratitude. On the other hand, the high council speaker read his talk entirely and the whole congregation was filled with sleeping adults, and crying fighting children by the end. Everyone at church was curious and friendly and wanted to know who we were. We had ...
... is that people both smoke and eat red meat. Both healthy signs against the "worship health" above all else establishment. Life is about more than trying to live an extra couple of days.
Lunch at the Vieux-Port Steakhouse. Corn chowder was delicious with a heavy cream base. Steak, frites and green beans. Garlic butter on top of the steak. This makes all those miles yesterday seem not so long. Server knew to say that St. Ambrose amber ale is local.
... br> The first period was dead, and I was wondering if the Canadians are actually as wild about hockey as I have been told. I could talk to Alex in almost a wisper because no one was making any noise at all. Quarter 2 was even more quiet particularly after Florida knocked in a goal, then shortly followed it up with another one. 2-0 at the end of the second period. My doubts were turned around in the 3rd when Montreal had a power play and knocked in a goal. I ...
... team I was a member of) was winning the whole way through, pretty much, until the very end when we were pipped to the post by 'The Tornados’ a team which featured none other than Jenny! The winning team got a free shot each, Jenny had peach snaps as you can see from the photo.
In the morning it was another beautiful sunny day so we got the Metro over to the islands. The islands in the St Lawrence feature a park, a large swimming ...
... Around the corner we crossed another bridge with more idyllic views over Lake St Lawrence. After riding up the silky Highway 416 we took a turning for a scenic route into Ottawa. It was smooth as a cashmere codpiece and flat as a witched tit. The scenic route signs disappeared and we had to turn back onto the 416 to get to Ottawa as we had no idea where we were.
I hadn't heard many positive things about Canada's capital but was pleasantly surprised by it. The ...