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Our final day in Montreal. We studied the guidebook and map and, knowing we were going to be carrying our rucksacks all day, decided on a plan of action. We were out a little later as we caught up with some people back home over Skype first. But as we were trying to leave for the last time, we really struggled to lock the front door (all the doors were very stiff), luckily Charles was on hand (in his towel, swoon!) to help us ...
... Once we found our gate we still had about a while to wait. They also had free wi-fi so we sat and perused our e-mail etc. until time to board the plane. Yay we are off to Chicago.
We arrived in Chicago without incident and since we have about 2 hours before we fly we decided to find somewhere to eat—Stefani’s Tuscan Café looked and smelled good so in we went. Peter decided he wanted a “huge” burger and waffle fries ...
... still to make it 3 out of 3 overseas trips that you join me on!! Montreal was a nice place to have spent my birthday - especially with a dorm buddy being shocked at my age and saying he thought I was 29! Result!! In final summary then, I thought it would be good have some criteria on which to judge each place along my route. So here goes (1-10, 10 being highest): PICTURESQUE: 7 FRIENDLY: 6 (8 if you're a fluent French speaker!!) STUFF TO DO: 8 SOCIAL: 7 TOTAL: ...
... aka The common, we could see the former warehouses and factory buildings had been rejuvenated and transformed into trendy hotels, restaurants and upscale condos. The exteriors have been left relatively unchanged but the raw industrial look of the past has diminished slightly. Inside most of these buildings you can still see remanents of the original stone walls of these vintage buildings. As we reached the northern most end of the Old port we were in need of a washroom. This ...
... the glass to do his bidding, yet retaining an organic, natural flow was awe inspiring. I'm not sure if he as an artist is kidlike, or if that's what he's hoping to bring out of his audiences, but my imagination soared when I saw his pieces. It's hard to put his work into words, but think of a profusion of colors, light and shadows combined with the luminosity and sheen of glass, fused with organic shapes and sizes. I took many pictures so again I'll let the art ...
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