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Great food, very clean and quiet. Home-like feeling to it.
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Well, I'm all settled in my room in Montreal after a beautiful meal here at the hotel. The flight went really well; I sat next to this really nice girl who was on her way home to Vancouver. We got along well, had a few laughs, talked about our travels and then parted ways once we had arrived in Montreal. I suppose I ought to get use to these quick …
Well, you guys know me by now! I never do things like most people! OK, so I have to be different.
Started the morning taking the Metro downtown to fine the tourist bureau. Nice setup here and in Quebec. You are greeted by a real live person who asked what help you need. If you have questions you are given a number and as soon as an agent is free you are helped. So my questions ...
... They were all jogging, riding or walking up the 3km hike. It was nice to be off the bike and stretching the legs. A few electric scooters zipped up the gravel path beside us. Looked like good fun. It took less than an hour to get to the top. It's a great view over the city but it was a bit hazy. We sat for a snack and a rest on the stairs. I heard some English accents next to me and got chatting to a couple of girls from Bath. The usual ...
Bienvenue a Quebec! In the pouring rain we entered the province. Sister Sue was waiting for us at her apartment and after a quick lunch, we headed over to her cottage on Dorval Island. Sue had wanted us to see the Chihuly exhibit at the Montreal museum of Fine Art, but it would have been too rushed to drive to downtown Montreal, find parking and see the exhibit. Besides, there is the museum in Seattle. After an hour stay ...
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