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... to the outer wall of the city and began walking around it. The wall runs around the old part of city which back in the day was to protect it from invasion. There were some nice views of the river and the lower districts along the water front. It was nice and sunny, but super windy. It was difficult walking up the streets with the headwind. Beth informed us on our walking tour yesterday that the walls ...
... cold. Caught the funicular up to the terrace near Chateau Frontinac - hotel under renovation so not much to see there but great view over lower town & river.
Along the old streets in the upper town, warming soup for lunch at quaint restaurant Aux Anciens Canadiens. Past the parliament buildings to Moissons, an amazing old store where again we stopped to warm up with a coffee & cake.
Back through the ...
... to other highways til the exit to Hwy 93.
Now we can relax the major road works have ceased and the stress levels have gone down for the both of us. Not quite out of the Montreal area the usual bridge works to Hwy 30 and we still have to watch the forks on Hwy 20 East to other highways. At last we are passing through the industrial and outer parts of Montreal and getting back to the farmland of corn, soy bean and canola. Richard plotted our ...
Woke up early today because I was too hungry.
Made myself muesli and vanilla yogurt. Yummy
Talked to dear and then did a circuit. Muscle aching all over. Yay
Breakfast: Marta made scrambled egg and gave me a thick slice of cheese... first time I am eating this. Didn't really like eating cheese this way.
Now writing this, I realised so much happened today. And I am starting to mix up yesterday and today.
I remember that "last ...
... we would have had a quick look around the following day and then headed back to Montreal. Unfortunately, our hotel booking was a 'non-cancellable' booking (the only one of our entire two month trip) and we couldn't afford to lose over $300. In future, we will think very carefully before making 'non-cancellable' bookings in places that we are unfamiliar with; we only do it when accommodation appears hard to find.