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... and it comes in gigantic serves. Well at least it did in the sports bar we went to.
We needed to walk that mountain of carbs (and beer) off and the only way was to walk to the top of Mont Royal. Way, way, way too many bloody steps. It was not fun. At least the sun had come out by the time we got to the top. I'll also admit that the view was pretty bloody impressive.
We had dinner at Tavern F and it was F'n terrific. The pics give the details
... band & they were good fun. Stayed there till stumps & finally returned back to rest our weary legs. Back on the balcony now & smiling about the many sights & sounds we saw today.... :)
Montreal has been a blast & we both love it... Only disappointment since arriving here was to find out that Leonard isn't home! Oh well, will try & time it better next visit... & yes, that bloody parking fine!
... at Burlington airport then enroute Montreal airport to drop off van. Taxi drivers in Montreal all think they are Michael Andretti!. LCrystal, our destination, did not disappoint, great meal at Baton Rouge then to game. Canadians put on a great pre game show. Lights and the ice is a screen with players projected on it. Map of world with players ...
... the check in counter anyway! I held my breath as my bag was weighed and for the first time it was under weight by 1kg under! While relieved, I was mindful that I was lugging an extra kg in my carry on for no good reason. Next stop was the huge security and customs line. We cleared security after they carried out additional checks on our water bottles, then customs I was of course questioned about "consent from the father to travel with the ...
We left Chipman Sunday morning after a great day / evening spent with family and friends and a few tearful goodbyes. We packed up the trailer in Rusagonish and made it to Edmundston just in time for supper with the Long's. We ate a delist maritime supper of lobster, scallops, asparagus and mashed potatoes We visited Sunday night and Monday morning before leaving the province en route to ...