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Travel Blogs from Montreal
... the ice cream stain) and then got a taxi back to my host. I collected my bags and headed to the bus station. Not a particularly thrilling read for you but a great 3 days of relaxing, eating and drinking for me. Just over a week left now and still 4 more stops, next after a 7 hour overnight greyhound is Manchester by the Sea near Boston where I think I will be doing a similar amount of nothingness but swapping a lake for the sea.
... display, which I thought wasn’t bad considering they don’t have many signals anywhere! They had some staff machines, CTC control panels, a panel from a hump yard and the radio control belt pack transmitter to control the locos as they push the cars over the hump was probably the most interesting.
Once I had finished In that building I headed off to the covered storage building for what I had been anticipating to be the highlight. Well I had barely walked ...
... in, so have to sit around for a
while. Tell our problem to the lady
checking us in, and manage to get our bag checked the whole way through to
Montreal, but even with her best efforts she’s not able to give us a boarding
pass for the Air Canada flight, which is a real worry, as this will add to the
time we need at LA. She is, however able
to give us seats in Row 38, much closer to the front of the plane, though in
the middle ...
... the Parc Jean-Drapeau which is a couple of islands in the middle of the St. Lawrence river, hired a bike and rode around for a few hours. I visited the Biosphere, which is a relic of the 1967 world fair that was held here and now houses exhibits on ecotechnologies, the world of water and biodiversity. It also has a bunch of kid-oriented hands on displays that I may have spent an embarrasingly long time playing with! There were loads of lycra clad cyclists ...
We left our Quebec campground at 10am this morning for a supposed 3 hour drive over to Montreal. Casey had told us at the beginning of the trip that we would be staying in a hostel for the two nights we were in Montreal, as the campsites were all miles away from the city and a hostel would allow us more time to look around it. We hadn't exactly budgeted for this but we both agreed the prospect of an actual bed and the chance to wash our muddy damp ...