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Today we travelled from Quebec to Montreal having a couple of stops along the way. On arrival, the bus dropped us off in the old part of town, and Fiona gave us a couple of hours free time for lunch, browsing and exploring. We went to a lovely restaurant on the main street and had a delicious mussel lunch.... At least 4 dozen! We all met and visited the Notre Dam Basilica. ...
We drove through Toronto , across Ontario and through the city of Montreal, Quebec to get to our camp spot.
Toronto has an interesting way of channeling traffic through the city. The main highway is 16 lanes, 8 in each direction. To put a bit of British order to the system the inside 4 lanes are express [no exits] and the outside 4 lanes have exits. Feeling sorry for the cars in the express lanes they ...
... rivalled our Argentinian steaks, which is saying
something. Adam and Lavinia take Olivia back to the hotel as it’s pretty late,
but we head up to the Plains of Abraham, where most of the festival action
occurs. We buy our “Bonhomme” effigy
($15 each - give access to all the festival sites). Nearly freeze to death in
the process as have to line up and wait, and take our gloves off to get money
out etc, and it’s at least ...
... time roustabout), and Harry and Ibnu (our room service magicians and towel folders extraordinaires. They added to the whole experience and made our cruise something special.
On shore we are still a little rocky but found our apartment no problems and are very impressed once again with what we have managed to find. It’s a two bedroom spacious place, in the university section of town, just a ...
... when they did good song we would get up and have a bit of a dance, and Gemma did a particularly impressive breakdancing move which all the other spectators watched with awe. We found it hilarious- a really good way to spend an afternoon. We walked up one of the piers where there were lots of little stalls selling things; one specifically was fascinating; they had used lots of junk to make new products; for example there were plates made out of squished glass ...
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