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... with a rippled roof. We took photos of the views of the city and then with Eric as our guide we walked under a nice green leave canopy to escape the rising heat of the day to Chalet du Mont Royal, which provides a sweeping view of the city from its terrace.
On our way we stopped at the Croix du Mont Royal, the spot where, legend says, Paul de Chomedey, Sieur de Maisonneuve, erected a wooden cross after the colony sidestepped the threat of a flood in 1643. The ...
... did was European Highlights.
The tour started in London. First I took a short flight from Cleveland to Montreal, which was pretty uneventful. Everything in the Montreal airport was in French, so I felt like it was preparing me for France. Then came the longer (a little under seven hours) flight from Montreal to London. The food was decent (some kind of chicken with chocolate mousse for ...
... goose, duck down inside) or a fur coat such as beaver.
If you want to buy a proper winter coat then just see what Montrealers are wearing.
Those who are against animal products well you can get other types of coats but no way will they be as warm. you can also dress in layers but you should something against the wind.
Ah never go out with wet hair in cold weather it will turn to ice if you don't wear a hat and if ...
... this French-speaking couple has confirmed for me what I had long suspected - that Quebecer French is really very different from French French. The accent is pretty obviously so. It comes from the back of the throat, direct, almost percussive, the language of farmers. Vowels are pronounced very differently: a familiar French word like "beurre" sounds more like "bar." (I admit that, just as with Canadian English, to these ...
... astray; maybe I should have made use of that little compass on my insect repellent. Alas, we’d seen some pretty flowers, a rare butterfly that appeared camera-shy, and a nosey squirrel who seemed far too interested in us, and the good thing about going round in circles is that we ended up right back at the bus stop to take us back into town.
Rather than leave the area of Mont Royal immediately, we had a wander down the road of the same ...
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