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... old Olympic velodrome but they have turned it into 4 different habitats from the American continent: Tropical Rain forest, Canadian woodland, Gulf of St. Lawrence Coastal area and the sub polar region. The penguins were entertaining and it was really cool to see a Lynx and her cubs as it was the mascot for our tribe team at summer camp.
While in Montreal we spent a night at a french families house who Toby
met at his ski school job. France ...
... 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.
... in we found we had been given a whole condo! Sweet! And need I mention, for FREE! 2 nights as well.
It had been a long day as we had lots of stops along the way so food was required. Chinatown was around the corner so it seemed wise to frequent the area. The only clean looking place with plenty of clientèle was a Vietnamese place. An Englishman, an American, in French Canada, in Chinatown eating Viet food. How very multicultural of us.
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... time so all the penguins were walking round and very animated, Zach had his face pressed against the glass and was telling me which ones were Cody Maverick vs Tank, we stayed for about 30 minutes with the penguins.
The Montreal Biodome is one of four facilities operated by the Montreal Nature Museum, which include the Montreal Insectarium, Montreal Botanical Garden, and Montreal Planetarium. We walked around the Olympic park and up a big hill to the Insectarium ...
... of all kinds are being aired.
So the people have taken to the streets in nonviolent civil disobedience. Their method is to bang on pots and pans. Every night at 8, a lot of people of all stripes stop what they're doing and go outside to bang on a pot for any length of time. Some small groups (larger downtown) walk the streets, while others sit on porches. They have been dubbed the "casseroles" by ...
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