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... who had recently moved to Montreal. Dave & Ron used to work together at the shipyard & brewery.
Montreal is a city on an island in the St Lawrence River so we were able to cycle the "Old Port" area and part of the Lachine Canal. We are so glad we bought the bikes with us because it's the best way to explore.
... I find it extremely amusing that everytime I say "thanks" or "thank you", the waitress/shop assistant/receptionist/etc says "Your Welcome" with a big smile (I managed to get the waitress in the Italian restaurant to say it 6 times within a minute). They are so very polite.
I think Montreal is just a likeable place. Its not the prettiest, its probably a little broken in areas, it needs a good scrub up. But its got good ...
... day with no hassle ... yep you heard correctly, no hassle... yeh!!
Essay question: Are Avis getting better?
I seem to remember mentioning that autumn had arrived. I take that back - in Canada it feels like winter! Have been wearing hats, scarfs, gloves and loads and loads of layers.
Finally, I'm disappointed to say, we haven't seen a Mountie yet. Pretty efficient (or was it officious?) boarder control, but no Mounties.
... was earlier than ours, and in the other terminal – from which we had just come! One of the reasons we were traveling with BA was so that we wouldn't have to change terminals at Heathrow in all the pre-olympic melee that was going on. Our Lufthansa flight landed at terminal 1, our BA flight to Montreal left from terminal 5! We were shuffled onto an airside bus - this was good. ...
After getting our minds warped a little bit, we decided to come back down to earth and hit the mall! But this was no ordinary mall. This was the underground city of Montreal. There are several large subterranean shopping malls that are interconnected by several tunnels which also are connected to many subway stations. Apparently Montrealers go here to shop during the winter when it snows. But the malls were massive and ...