Parc Suites Hotel
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... was debuting just steps away from our dockage. If you have never enjoyed one of their performances, it must immediately become a priority. Having seen one show before I was giddy with excitement and not disappointed. We enjoyed fabulous seats and laughed at our Fenway mentality of double fisting our way through the event, although quite different than a park experience as in one hand was a glass of champagne and the other red wine. The show was incredible, an eye-catching, ...
... once back from BC my plane was leaving from Montréal so that's where I stopped last. And then for what seems to be the thousandth time in my life I changed country.
I went through all my pictures taken during that time in Québéc to try to find the lost ones, the strange ones and the extraordinary ones. Many of them were taken with cell phones so the quality isn't great. But they were all part of the adventure!
... documentary-style and nature videos. To be honest, I am still
just confused thinking about it. Something about an island? A castle on an
island? A crazy person making a statue garden on the island? But where do the
eclipse paintings come in? I am just baffled. Absolutely and totally, 100%,
fantastically confused. I suppose I enjoyed it (???) but it was by no means
something that enriched my experience of Montreal.
Today we decided to have a girls day out in Montreal as we were all together in the same room and ready at the same time. We left at 9am to head to the park Mont Royal. We headed that way as the park was supposed to have an amazing view of Montreal from high up and we thought it would be a good way to get our bearings. Plus it was a steep walk so wanted to do it before the heat of the lunchtime sun kicked in. Steep it was with the steps leading us through a forest area and ...
... We didn’t have to divert, but we suspect they put the foot down, and got us into Sydney early, before curfew, with an ambulance waiting to meet the plane. Makes you realise that over the Pacific Ocean is not the place to have a heart attack!
Immigration was reasonably quick and friendly, the taxi system worked, and we got home in reasonable shape. We only have six weeks at home before we leave for Europe, and more long ...