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... was another plane disembarking at the same time, so the line behind us filled up quickly. But we were 2nd in line, so we felt we woukd be through security in no time. But after 5 minutes of waiting and no movement in the line, we realized it may be longer. And when we got up to the counter, we realized why. It was the most thorough questioning we had ever gone through at immigration in any country that we've visited before. The official asked us where ...
... converted into a pedestrian area with parks and activities for everyone to enjoy. We took pictures and walked among others also exploring the area. There wer lots of Japanese and French-speaking tour groups.
We understand that when in Quebec one must eat real poutine. We found a shop called Montreal Poutine with an open interior courtyard between old stone buildings. It was quite charming. The owner wiped off the rain from the chairs and table and we ...
... with his grandma. I waved on the way in and on the way out. He'll be inspired for months. Some folks in an A6 in Montreal while stopped at a light were trying to figure out how I had all the stuff setup on the bike.
Granted, few have to opportunity to take a trip like this. Fewer of those with the opportunity take it. Actually doing it leads to rarified company of those who make 700+ mile days look easy, ride through rain and wind without ...
... just had a remodel-it even had elevators and escalators! Back to the apartment to meet up with some scrap metal guys who at 7pm at night in a busy apartment complex pushed a stove and a steel bathtub down the staircase. Hilarious for me- not so much for everyone else living in the building.We were pressed for time because jenny had a soccer game so we left straight back to Ottawa for her game. Again they won, 3-1 this time, further cementing their spot on the top of the ...
... city (big shopping mall). Old Montreal was looking particularly picturesque in the snow and Jami and Zayd seemed to manage to find the biggest drifts to clamber through wherever we went. Zayd had to empty the snow out of his boots a couple of times. It's been quite a bit warmer today though, only -12 felt positively warm! Yesterday we were out in -16 (-30 windchill) it was almost unbearable at times, especially when we (rather unwisely) ...
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