La Tour Belvedere
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... cafe at the train station were ok to ride 5km on the bike path to Giverny from Vernon but were grossly inadequate for what we did. When we asked the owner (who did not speak English) at the beginning for maps for where we wanted to go, he laughed and shook his head and said we could NOT go there. But we did, in fact. How Larry managed I do not know. My bike had gears but moved very slowly.
So if we do bike ...
... passed me off to a lovely lady, Ginette. In her are there were all kinds of records on microfiche and microfilm. And yrs I did find some information, or actually primary evidence of info I had. But now my back is killing me so I think I will upload some of the iffy pics I took today, take a pill, and head to bed.
Got to figure out what I will do tomorrow. Maybe old city and genealogy ...
... was debuting just steps away from our dockage. If you have never enjoyed one of their performances, it must immediately become a priority. Having seen one show before I was giddy with excitement and not disappointed. We enjoyed fabulous seats and laughed at our Fenway mentality of double fisting our way through the event, although quite different than a park experience as in one hand was a glass of champagne and the other red wine. The show was incredible, an eye-catching, ...
... patience and understanding of the Canadians the atmosphere is notably "French" if you know what I'm saying....! Confused and glad to be alive we found our accommodation and set out on foot. We were happy to find a much more relaxed vibe and explored downtown before devouring Thai Express. Now some of you may be thinking that Thai is already pretty fast so Thai Express must be freakin speedy as! You would be incorrect it ...
... St Lawrence River and features lock gates into the Lachine Canal. Opened in 1825 the canal was built to by-pass the Lachine Rapids which prevented ships from passing further up the St Lawrence River. The canal was widened and upgraded before it became obsolete as a result of the construction of the St Lawrence Seaway in 1959.
From the Old Town we headed up to the heart of Downtown Montreal, their equivalent of Oxford St, St Catherine Street. ...