Village Touristique Mont-Sainte-Anne
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... train window and we were more than comfortable especially as our pre lunch G&T was delivered to us in our seats. We did have to move back to Business to be served our lunch but quickly retired back to economy when we were done!
After 5 hours of travelling we took a cab to our hotel ( Nelligan) which was in the old part of Montreal. After settling into our rooms Melli and I explored the old town (while Joe had a conference call for work ) before we went ...
... exploring all the hilly, winding streets & 17th century buildings. It really is unique, everyone said we'd love it & we did!! It has retained the feel of a French village, cobble stones & all, you would think you're in Europe!
Old Quebec is a UNESCO World Heritage Site - awarded because it is only city in North America to preserve ...
... their 50th wedding anniversary. They live in Glen Waverley, Ruth was a primary teacher, taught at Ashwood and Tecoma. After tea I went and walked the deck as we left Quebec. So pretty with all the trees along the water. I think we just fit under the bridge. Now it's bag packing time :( can't believe how fast this week has gone by. Holiday is almost over. Currently sitting by a window watching the world go ...
... phase to come- School. And the holiday with dear and finally a lifelong journey of happiness with him.
This is the list of objectives I have for this journey:
1. Speeding up my maturity growth
2. Using and Speaking French
3. Living the local lifestyle
4. Dealing with Solitude (aced if with my 30 min to talking to self non stop while waiting)
5. Talking to locals and ordering in french
I can say I am quite proud of myself now. Keep it up.
... we decided to turn it off. Next thing I knew, it was 11:15, the sun had risen, and the rest of the hostel had left. I was pretty surprised by this turn of events, because I struggle to sleep in till anything past 8:30am on weekends even when I have nothing planned. I must have been tired!
By this point, we decided we should get up quickly before we both dozed off again. Personally, I think I was more inclined to keep sleeping than Matthew. He was ready to get ...