La Tour Belvedere
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The sky today was the sort of blue sky we only get back home on a sunny, crisp January day. There wasn't a single cloud in sight. Occasionally I thought I spotted a cloud in the distance, but it turned out to be seagulls!
0% chance of rain the forecast said, and it was spot on. And couldn't have been any more of a contrast to yesterday's rain.
As we would be sitting out in the sun all day I needed to buy a new hat, as my old one is still in the ...
And indeed, washing up in Montréal is like living in a dream. Listening to music to soothe my nerves on the train, I watch as the electricity grid of the city slowly slides into sight and the sky becomes perceptibly acidic, orange-tinged, like a toxic cocktail. Ten minutes before arrival, all the lights on the train are cut into pitch blackness and suddenly dark Montréal looms into view, Gotham city, a grand imagining. It definitely feels like landing in a Nolan movie, what ...
... do again. The second theatre was less fun - mum & Miguel dozed off and I wasn't far off! It was an introduction to constellations and space and should have been really interesting, but the guy's accent was so strong I couldn't make out what he was saying and rather gave up..!
After the planetarium we headed for the Biodome. This was essentially a zoo, but I guess a 'friendly' one?! Lots of birds, fish, penguins and puffins (very cute ...
... be something we would come to often. We highly recommend checking a game out!
The game didn't finish until after 11pm. We caught the subway back and grabbed Burger King for dinner as it was late and not much else was open. There were some weirdo's out on the street, lots of homeless. Lots of drunk people for a Tuesday night!
We got back about 12.30 and were well and truly ready for sleep!
B & L x
... in 2001-2002. So we kind of already know what awaiting us, and the feeling is super good! So an Arabic-French culture, in a non-fundamentalist Islamic setting. Might learn some Arabic while I’m there, Inch Allah! And get lost in souks, in the desert, or by the sea. Learn more about cooking tagines and couscous, and other sweets, while drinking mint tea. Europe is just up there, while African safaris a flight away. You guys come with us?