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... is in French. Thanks to the Navman we found our way to the hotel, right in the heart of the city of Montreal. It has one of the largest and most complex system of freeways and interchanges I' ve ever experienced. Very harrowing.
After having lunch in a local cafe, we really felt like we were in Paris, it started to rain.....
So what else could we do. Well we thought we'd died and gone to heaven. The Montreal Casino is huge and modern. 4 levels ...
... people looking like they had just been told a family member was ill, it seemed like there was more going on. And it started to become hilarious. Here they were stopping traffic as they rode in their open-air carriage and people on the streets paused to look and they couldn't even fabricate a smile and pretend they were enjoying the ride. We speculated that maybe French Canadians aren't prone to exhibiting their excitement in such circumstances, ...
... planes in Frankfurt, there is not a lot of time to sleep. The transfer from our international arrival gate to the local departure gate turns out to be an experience that only those who have had the "joy" of changing terminials at Chicago's O'Hare can relate to! One small difference, O'Hare is a piece of cake in comparison. After a heart thumping scramble to catch our flight to Barcelona, we arrive at the gate ...
... of radar controlled speed cameras along with a dramatic increase in traffic. A little adjusting was needed after spending so much time being the only (or near only) vehicle on the road.
3 liters of water with Elixer proved sufficient as I emptied the Camelbak 15 min short of the destination. Granted the temps were in the mid to low 20s all day.
I must also give a special shoot out to the Smiths for the excellent beef jerky, which ...
... a big snowstorm had passed Montreal that night and it was still snowing in the morning. We already had a hard time identifying our cars at the parking lot, let alone being able to get out of there. Even without luggage or people inside the cars it was impossible to drive off the parking lot, as we would get stuck in the snow at every turn. Good thing we were with 10 strong BC students and managed to push both of the cars out of there after half an hour of struggling. We were ...
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