La Tour Belvedere
Travel Blogs from Montreal
Our trip began with uneventful but pleas and (sic. pleasant) flight from Toronto that served a drink and peanut free pretzels after we started our descent. How far we have come since peanuts were served and 'all over the plane' and Minna was advised that perhaps her peanut allergy should direct her to a different mode of transport to the Caribbean. We were moved that ...
... getting the prof's main point down. The other guys - not too many girls are present - are taking the simpler way of just scrawling into their notebooks. Whether they will be able to decipher their own hieroglyphs later is left for speculation.
I am feeling sleepy and notice that my eyes are slowly closing on me here. Not a good sign. I try to concentrate on what the professor is writing on the black board. Suddenly ...
... for themselves..... and a few are blurry because the museum didn't allow flash photography (although I got a few in!) but due to the effects of the glass and color, I still included them. To me, they look even more artistic....thank you thank you thank you Mr. Chihuly, and thanks to the museum for hosting this exhibit. Absolutely fun, imaginative, breathtaking, cool and engaging. I had to go through more than once, enveloping myself in the fantasy world that is Chihuly glass.
... ticketing counter. Fine enough, off we go. For those of you who know me well, you can imagine how sunny my disposition is at this point. The air conditioning may have been working at full power, but I was far from being cool. :-) Once again we journeyed off to our third queue. I should also point out that at each of these customer service areas, there was only one staff member working. Montreal is an international airport filled with passengers. But, apparently Air Canada ...
... very cool floating spa, Bota Bota, built using an old ferry boat called http://botabota.ca/en/category/logbook/ about-spa-montreal-history-spa-old-port -of-montreal/ and wanted to check it out but the boys wouldn’t let us..ha ha! They knew they might not see us again for the whole weekend. I want to bring the concept to Perth but Chris isn’t convinced it would work in the Swan River.
At the Port, Chris was having some fun with Zach on the grass and ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center