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... made me feel like I was a lot closer to home. The Australians were completely clueless as to what all the signs and/or people were saying, so I could nicely show off my French skills (as far as they exist). We then took the metro to club La Tulipe, a big nightclub just outside the city center. Josh turned 24 on Friday and we celebrated accordingly with lots of dancing, good music and fancy drinks; we had an amazing time enjoying the Canadian nightlife!
... to rain, then snow. There was far more ice on the river at Poughkeepsie than there was three weeks ago when we walked across the bridges in the sunshine.
The snow stopped after a while and the sun came out. The railway line heads north, up through New York state to Quebec. There is a lot of wild, seemingly uninhabited, mountainous country. I had to make an effort to stay awake after our early start, but the scenery ...
... even if it is just for 10 minutes. They have an old money chest that I thought was strapped to the floor but I eventually managed to pick it up! Well one end of it.
From there we headed down to the house of Sir George-Étienne Cartier. In part as it was free to us as we had Parks Canada Discovery Passes. It is a large house maintained in a mid 1800’s style which features information on the famous family who lived there. George was a ...
My bike is meant to be ready today but I haven't heard from the garage. I give them a call and find out that they haven't started on it yet and it won't be ready until Monday at the earliest. I haven't moved for almost a week and while Montreal is a great city, my feat are getting itchy. I cancel the service but ...
... basin from here,
which is not as exciting as the river, so return to the riverfront. By now there are thousands of people lining
the river, so pretty hard to see anything, but do eventually manage to get a
spot to see the second and third groups pass.
They have to go a fair way upriver to round a tug, then across to the
other side, where it is pretty hard to see them (where are our binoculars when
we need them?), then back to near where ...