Le Meridien Versailles
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... STM being what it is, the bus never showed up. The freezing rain had worsened by then, so even though I felt a bit silly about it, I ended up paying a taxi driver to drive me the six blocks home.
The good news is, when I finally did get home, everything was as I left it, and I even remembered to raise the windshield wipers on my car before I left. I'll deal with scraping it down later; for now, the plan involves a long hot shower and a nap.
... with riders riding distances between 25km and 125kms. The finish happened to be right near the bike office, so after a coffee and light breakfast at a cafe we walked down to see some of the cyclists head off. We then joined are cycle tour with good bikes and helmets (Carolyne will be pleased) and two very informative and delightful guides who took our party of 13 through many streets of Montreal and along its many bike paths ...
... 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?
... that this was standard speed which was between 100-and 140kph.
They went for a lovely meal and left us boys alone in the cabin as it rocketed through the night the Cabin Attendant came in nearly died of sohck when he saw us but as a true professional he ignored us and then made up the beds and left Stewart and Nancy came back and we slept really well till the bloody fool on the top bunk woke up early and headed out till the sun finally got up. ...
... I make use of money belts or hotel safes as the situation dictates, but I'm not a big fan of systems like PacSafe or fancy locks that just scream "Valuables! Steal me!". Generally, I figure that nobody's going to be all that interested in stealing my dirty clothes, and hostels tend to be pretty safe places to leave my big bag. I keep a closer eye on my purse, but I store my cash, passport and backup cards separately anyway, so ...