Hostellerie Les Trois Tilleuls
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... explosion, his grandmother blinded, his mother had been just a baby. This explosion leveled the town. Leaving many dead, injured and homeless. It was the mayor of Boston and governor of Massachusetts who rushed trainloads of medical personnel and supplies to Halifax. To this day Halifax sends a beautiful Christmas tree for downtown Boston to thank them for their relief efforts. The French Citadel and Public Gardens were 2 interesting places we visited in the city.
... So far I think we are the only two people moved in! I met up with mom and gill around 1, and we went to the market for lunch! They had Montreal smoked meat sandwiches and I had a bruschetta with a mushroom tapenade and grilled, wild chanterelle mushrooms on it! It was delicious! After that we went to the Jean Talon market, which is actually quite far from me, and and wandered around for a bit! The produce there was amazing! They had samples at almost every stand! ...
... was open, and here a pharmacy is so much more than Australian pharmacies. They have EVERYTHING. So I managed to get some dinner things and cheaper than the supermarket! We ran home in the rain and hung out in our room watching PBS for kids and all the adds and "sponsors" that accompany PBS. Just want to say that I really love reading all the comments people are writing. Makes me feel as though I am really telling you the stories each day and that I'm not so far away ...
... have three kids and were very
hospitibal, we had a lovely night with them learning more about Quebec
and tasting traditional Quebec Choumer Pudding and some great steaks.
we were off to Quebec city, we spent our time in Old Quebec City which
was the only city in Quebec the Americans couldn't capture. It is a
truly beautiful place, very European and good food! They are very
forthright though when it comes to tips ...
... checked American Football games for cities I'm visiting. It looks like I'll either be able to catch a Chicago Bears or a Washington Redskins game which should be cool. Organisation done I headed out only to bump into a Gay Pride Parade. It wasn't quite as flamboyant as I thought one would be but there were people or all ages, sizes and shapes both in the parade and crowd. After a while here I headed towards the waterfront to walk alongside ...