Hotel Ruby Foo's
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... to change (apparently the West winds are the best), the tree is
triggered to send the sap upwards to feed new spring growth. This is when the farmer will tap the tree,
traditionally with a bucket rig-marole, and more modernly with plastic tubing
feeding into much larger receptacles.
The sap at this stage appears exactly like
water. Clear, running fluid.
After collection the sap is heated in large
vats and ...
... Mont Royal, and had a chance to look at the amazing views of the city below. The panorama was so beautiful that I decided to take a break and enjoy an ice cream cone while I watched the city below me. :)
To end the day, I walked back down from Mont-Royal, and headed into Vieux Montreal, the Old Town. On my way I got caught in a sudden downpour, which to me was a good sign that it was time to go and ...
craftsmanship was coveted.
Well truthfully, it was used as a backdrop
in a heist movie I watched back in the early naughties. Yep, that’s right we
drove over a thousand km’s return in 36 hours to experience a city that had
been in a movie that I had seen over a decade ago! Well why not eh? I am on holiday
So with a chic urban hotel room booked for
the night on the edge of old town, ...
... isn't quite adequate for -23 degrees in the wind. We got home and had ice burn where pants had frozen to legs, and completely numb hands....worth it.
The next day was Christmas Eve. We climbed Mount Royal in the snow and the view of the city from the top was weird. All the plumes of steam from the central heating coming from every house made the city look like a factory town. Not so pretty, but then you turn around and all you can see is white ...
The first cloudy day we have had. The first task is to figure out how to pack. We picked up some extra clothes. So packing will be like tight. Evil travel day begins. So here we sit. We are 2 hours into our 23 hour journey. Paula is a machine. She bought a book because her Kobo fried, and she is about halfway through it. On board. Incredibly hot. Well we're about to land in Montreal. It is ...