Auberge de la Place Royale
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... all in this big dome like structure. I kept running into people from the tour, walking with them for a bit and moving on. After walking around for a bit, i left the bio dome and walked around Olympic park back to the station. I then headed back to the hotel, stopping to have a look at some shops along the way.
Back in the hotel i downloaded and sorted pictures from my camera, repacked, tidied up and tried to upload some ...
... for the last couple of weeks so we decided its time for a day to just be and appreciate the city we are in.
But first, we need to get my beloved his new toy. We go back to Simon's who quoted the best price (even better than Amazon) and he gets a new D7000 (after some convincing). I can see in his face that he is happy with his new toy.
Then we head up to Mile End to sit in a cafe Lesley has suggested for the afternoon - Social Club. We get the bus ...
... in my whole life! I quickly emailed Jen to let her know I was on my way, I hadn't any new news to give her before I found out if I was getting to Winnipeg that day, and also emailed her daughter back, as Jen had asked Danna to contact me since she was at work, and Danna was still on Uni holidays. I just hoped that one of those messages got through, because I'd have to wait until I got to Winnipeg before I could call to let her know I'd arrived. I'd now gotten on two ...
... as far into other states as I had hoped without your own vehicle, there is very limited travel options to go touring in the smaller towns so we were content with the beautiful scenery we were able to see. We did a boat trip down the Hudson River from Kingston which was superb and a few days spent in historic Kingston itself was most worthwhile from a history point of view. We returned to explore Montreal and explore we did! We loved it,the ...
First impressions are everything, but must be shaken. Recently I entered Ottawa via the Ottawa River bike path. With parliament in the distance, the city welcomed me with its beautiful riverside art, architecture and climate. The same was the case with Minneapolis, the last metropolitan area I visited. I came in along the Mississippi through rows of summer homes and parks, and crossed the river via a beautiful drawbridge. Montreal welcomed me by doing its best to spit in ...