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... an interesting cultural experience. For instance, the Quebec French Canada lecture yesterday involved listening to a passionate Francophile singing about nothing in particular, but I closed my eyes and was whisked away to a romantic Montreal. Speaking of which, I should be heading over in less than a month to Montreal for the weekend which is pretty awesome. I’ll keep you updated as interesting things happen.
Much love to the land of tea and cake, keep in ...
... in the air.
Our first flight was only an hour long as we headed back to Auckland. We left and arrived on time, and had a few hours to kill in Auckland. We had to walk from the domestic terminal to the international terminal, so we enjoyed our last time outside in New Zealand. We grabbed a snack, and Natalie had her last flat white for a while.
The airplane leaving Auckland was full, and we were sitting pretty much at the very back. We each watched some ...
... of course revisiting the old town and port. Four days later it was time to say a goodbye and board another train, this time to Quebec City. The 'Old Town' of QC, located on the tip of Cap Diamant overlooking the Saint Lawrence River, is one of the oldest European settlements in North America and easily one of the most gorgeous. We stayed in an area of QC called Montcalm, 15-20 minutes walk to the Old Town. Most local Québécois live outside the walls of the Old ...
... cold and snowing or too hot). On Sunday we headed out to Niagara Falls. It was raining the majority of the time but it was still worth going. I was at the Canadian Niagara Falls which was very much a tourist city, the main street was like driving through a theme park. We got a ticket on the Hornblower and took the boat to the bottom of the falls. The Horseshoe Falls were the more impressive falls (50 x 650m wide), the plunge alone went 35m below ...
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JANETTE & DEREK
Other places to stay in Toronto
Woodbine Corridor, Toronto | 2 star motelfrom $122
Downtown, Toronto | 4 star motelfrom $59
West Toronto, Toronto | 2 star motelfrom $76
- So much for all Canadians being nice!
Cliffcrest, Toronto | Motelfrom $58