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... you walk past and wish to play the piano you just sit down and play. Apparently there are a couple of these areas in and around the city. It was certainly a first for me. The piano player is not a busker and does not expect a payment. Very different!
We had a lovely dinner and some wine and caught up on each other's news.
We were all in bed early. Totally exhausted!
... and had hardly any activities. Well I underestimated it for sure! After three hours in there I had to drag Samuel out to have some lunch, bribing him with feeding the ducks, an activity he was previously desperate to do. Adalia had a ball in there too (although she would have been happy to walk up and down the little staircase all day). There was a house frame that you could insert foam bricks and roof tiles on, an awesome track ...
... aan het opstapelen is. Ruim op tijd komen we aan in de luchthaven, ik kan vlot inchecken en kan onmiddellijk starten met mijn Frans te oefenen. Nog meer dan een uur voor het boarden begint, we nemen plaats in de Terminal en ik laat Sarah even niet meer los. Dan komt het afscheid: pijnlijk en triest maar we hebben hiervoor gekozen, we kunnen nu niet flauw doen. Die gedachten zijn er wel maar helpen weinig. Michel kijkt me aan en ik zie ...
... is where each year the Montreal Formula One Grand Prix is held. The track is a permanent fixture on the island. Unfortunately on the day we visited the track was closed due to a bike rally using it later in the day. This was a real shame as its always fun to drive the track like we can in Melbourne at Albert Park even at hugely reduced speeds. Also on the same day there was a large dragon boat event on the islands large rowing lake. There were cars everywhere! ...
``Marche le pied St. Therese`` (Walking St. Therese)
Today is a perfectly Canadian Spring afternoon. It`s warm, but not hot. It`s breezy, but not blowy. The the Maple tree lined streets provide intermittent shade on a very lazy stroll around the village of St. Therese.
We are staying with Jonesy`s surrogate, and very French-Canadian family. Over a decade ago he lived in Montreal, not with me, as many think. They are gracious, ...