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... as well as French here, but my taxi driver wasn't too good at English so I was having my doubts, but so far there hasn't been any language problem. The French language is definitely the main language and not everything is translated into English. The exhibition was very interesting history and it was told in a variety of mult-media ways.
After that I had a Maccas lunch in the fanciest looking McDonalds building I've ever seen and ...
... chap from Montreal was a wealth of information and kept us entertained for two hours Richard gave him a tip and we were all went our different ways. Walked down the street looking at the shops but nothing interested us so we went back to Place Royale sat on the bench and had lunch. Another couple from the tour were also having lunch there we waved took some photos before climbing the stairs to the upper city.
Strolled through the city ...
... man had changed screens from the Arabic text to other more concerning sites. She described them as extremist militant sites. I said "How do you know?" Do you read Arabic?". She said they were angry anti US and Anti Israeli sites showing a hi-heeded shoes with a Star of David on it stomping the heel through the body of a helpless Obama. He also was viewing a site with angry bearded men pointing fingers and shaking their fists. and maps of the ...
... took sometime to figure out how the can opener works. I figured it out! Yay XD
Heated up my black beans and prepared my black bean tuna sandwich. Stole some taco dips to spread on my wholemeal bread. Taste awesome, maybe because I am just too hungry. Can't wait for V to wake up so I can show him my lunch. Shall start my work out tomorrow morning. I am determined.
Wondering what's up tonight...
... too late to see it this day, but was to catch it on my final morning here, so will detail it later. The next thing to do on this busy first day was discover how to get down to the Lower Town, and across to the waterfront. I wanted to turn up a bit earlier for the performance, as Balti had recommended, to be sure of getting a seat. The Funicular was one of eleven pathways that can get you from the Upper to the Lower Town, and it WAS fun! A little glass boxed elevator that ...
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