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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.
... part of slaves heritage. We got to meet with several filmmakers in the city as well who explained to us how the artistic community is flourishing there.
Argentina is in my opinion a country with great people but a terrible government. Buenos Aires, where we spent most of our time is a very touristic and pretty city with the likes of Paris. The subway system is also very well organized and a lot of people actually ...
... le 23 à 10h du matin.
Plan nébuleux, je gardes toutes les portes ouvertes ( Laird Paton, don't you dare say that joke I know you want to say about keeping other things closed...) et je m'attends à faire quelques névroses ''Patonienne'' en route!!
Wish me luck! ( No seriously, wish me luck, 'cause I'm gonna need it for sure!)
Et en terminant, n'hésitez surtout pas à commenter, vos niaiseries me tiendront compagnie durant mes longs moment de solitude :)
... off to the train station, so we could see the form in prep for our rather exciting train departure to Quebec Wed. One can be driven right INTO the station beneath ground. Such an efficient system. We met the hugely helpful and charming Marc whom we need to look out for tomorrow.
We then purchased Metro tickets ...
... so waited in the Garden and also had a wander round the City.
Randomly there was a Reggae festival on so we listened to that for a short while.
We were in a mixed dorm with a french family. Luckily the son could speak good english so we sat talking to him most of the night. He was nice but very ...