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... a wide selection of tequila. I hung out there until they called my flight, following the Habs vs. Pens game on play-by-play via WiFi. (Habs are in first place -- WOOT!)
The two-hour flight to Mexico City was uneventful and we landed relatively on schedule. Yes, I was flying two hours west in order to come back northeast, which felt a bit silly, except when you consider that I started my trip in Mexico City, so it was the most logical ticket I could have ...
... and even though it was an older style room like the place in Chicago, it was cleaner and nicer and still had 4 pillows on each double bed. We didn't have long to settle in though, as our tour leader had organised dinner at a restaurant with a difference.
The place was called O'Noir, and is a restaurant where you eat in total darkness. You walk into the foyer area, you're given a menu and you order your meal, and then like a choo choo train, are lead into the restaurant ...
... them anyway?
Since we now have our bags Peter called the Holiday Inn where we had left the car (if you stay one night then you can leave your car for a long term stay in their lot—for an extra charge, of course). The van came and we waited for some others to arrive who had called for the van but after about 15 minutes when they didn’t arrive the driver took us to our car. When you call for the Stay and Park van you are not supposed ...
Our travel went as smoothly as we could wish. Our flights were on time and our students were well-behaved ( of course!) We made our connection in Winnipeg and got straight on to our flight to Montreal.
In Montreal we were met by our Uniropa tour representative. Everyone's luggage arrived, and after a quick stop at the airport Tim Horton's to feed ravenous teens, we boarded our bus for Quebec ...
... I got a later start today than anticipated after having my last wonderful breakfast with Shambrait and Anne-Marie. Shambrait is continuing toward St John, her final destination, so we part ways. Leaving the apartment at 9am, I made my way toward the edge of Quebec City in the rain, and stuck out my thumb. It was 10:30am. Two hours and three locations later, I half gave up and headed to McDonald's for wifi. I had seen last night an ad ...