Le Meridien Versailles
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... the hostel. Everyone skyped family and had an early night. Toronto bound. Today we have 6 hours ahead of us on the road. We don’t mind being on the road because we have plenty of good company to entertain each other. I don’t think we have all had any serious conversations yet between the lot of us. Just absolute dribble flat out. It’s raining today, so a good day to be on the road. We have one night booked in Toronto for a stop over before Niagara ...
... there was a huge Argentinian contingency in town, which subsequently erupted upon the Argentinian victory.
Montreal is full of festivals in the summer to the point where they closed down one of the biggest roads in town just so a few kids could learn how to tightrope walk and play on circus equipment! what an amazing city! There was also a bunch of live acrobatics shows, music and dance in addition to circus acts. ...
... br> One of the things we have been surprised about is the amount of fighting during ice hockey games, between the players! Two players will start fighting a few others may join in. A melee will ensue and the referees will just watch! No one will make any effort to break it up until they fall onto the ice. A few days ago in a fight one guy face-planted with his chin into the ice, was knocked unconscious, placed in a neck brace and taken away in an Ambulance ...
... trees, and garden beds with bright flowers are everywhere. It's like a really nice version of Paris!
We spent a long time exploring the streets, and came across a circus parade! This was full of young people doing all kinds of tricks, ect, and made the streets vibrant and excited. We continued walking once we had seen the parade, and found ourselves being washed in with the crowd that was moving into an area that had ...
... children were many and loud, not using their inside voices. We began in the lush tropical rainforest, saw the Laurentian maple forest, continued on to see the numerous birds and rich underwater fauna inhabiting the Gulf of St. Lawrence, and concluded with the penguins and auks in the subAnarctic islands.
The four of us again caught the metro. We are getting to be good at this. We went to ...