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We road our bikes to the public park section of the St Helene Island where our marina is located. It was another busy day there because many parts of the park are free to children this weekend and this weekend is the start of the construction holiday in Quebec. Each time we need to leave our marina we need to have security give is a lift ...
... by the hostel. The guide took us for a walk through the city, along the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (Musee des Beaux – Arts) and up the Mont Royal. This mountain is located in the middle of the city and once we were on the top we had an incredible view while Montreal stretched out beneath us. Even though the viewing point was icy and slippery, we managed to get some wonderful (group) photos without breaking any legs or dropping any precious electronics. We ...
... the lady on reception and she was very sympathetic and said the guy who cleared out the fridge would be in at 4pm. She would mention it to him and we could speak to him later to find out what happened. We were annoyed as we had around $20 CAD worth of food in there and more than that, it meant we had to go shopping again! Despite being annoyed we were nice with the lady and just wanted to talk to the guy to find out what happened.
So we went ...
... that Canada was going to be cool have gone up in flames. Like they've been left outside for too long. Bo boom chu. With only today to knock out this city I got straight on it. First up was the Parliment Building. Built in the mid 19th century they went for a retro gothic look so it reminds me of the houses of parliment. With the British connection I doubt this is a coincidence. Gothic is my favourite architecture. The buildings in Prague in particular in moody black ...
... to the front of the plane, so we can
get off quicker.
As we carrying so many odds and sods, decide to take the
easy option to get to the ferry, and we drive down, and Murray leaves Dianne
with all the bags while he drives the car back home. We get the ferry to Circular Quay, then the
airport train ($2.50 seniors’ ticket, plus $9.60 gate fee each – much cheaper,
and quicker than a $60 taxi).
We’re too early ...