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... were to buzz no.
8 at 9:30. Upon doing so, ‘dear’ old
Jean buzzed Andrew up and he answered the door in his pj’s and slippers. I waited with the car as we still had no idea
where on this busy street with it’s multiple signs in French, we could park the
car. Both Jean and Andrew re appeared
and they set off to park. I took our
overnight bags and valuables up four flights of stairs to the ‘condo’. ...
... at the same venue with the same amount of people - it's crazy. Something like 140,000 people! Anyway - was crazy. Other than that I did a little looking around. I climbed Mont Royal and had a great view over the city. I went to the Biodome - the old airdrome from the summer Olympics - which they've turn into this greenhouse type of thing were they stimulate different climates - rainforest, desert, places from Newfoundland. I was extremely surprised. It didn't take ...
... got some Thai food before heading back to the hostel.
One thing I did learn during the tour was that Aussies are known in Montreal for being coffee snobs. Gabrielle kept saying "this is a good shop for coffee, even by Australian standards". Also Scott and I took great pleasure in announcing to people that Starbucks went bankrupt in Australia. Canadians and Americans cannot believe it. It makes me proud.
Over the course of my time in Montreal I ...
Today we spent the day at the Montreal science center and IMAX theater.The museum turned out to be more for kids than adults, Saw a good IMAX movie called the clash of the ice age titans about the animals of the ice age. There was a familiar ...
I felt guilty this morning as I was just happy to laze around in the condo. There was an amazing city out there to see but I had a headache and it was nice to be out of the saddle for once. Looking out the window looked like a Zombie Apocalypse. The place was deserted, and it was Canada Day! I was expecting carnivals and street parties everywhere.
We left for a walkabout and headed for Mount Royal. This is where we found the occupants of ...