Auberge Du Lac Taureau
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... s eye and she smiles at him as he says "How're you doing?", and the man looks up and smiles also, saying "Good, thank you". And we have a short conversation with Tom Mulcair, leader of the NDP, learning this is a quick trip to Vancouver for him and back out again tonight. Very warm & gracious man. We wished him luck and settled ourselves in only a few rows on the other side of him. Of course, we had to get a picture with him later...how could ...
... was the area where thousand island dressing was created. After our tour, we went back on the coach and travelled through Ontario. We made a quick stop for lunch and shortly after we stopped at an apple cafe. In this place they had freshly made apple crumbles, pies, cakes, biscuits and breads. You could see all of these being made in the factory on site. The smell was amazing! Holly, Emily and I shared a crumble as we were still full from ...
... travelling, it still amazes us that total strangers throw open their doors in welcome and are quite happy for you to invade their privacy - strangers we might have been but after a few days together we left behind some very dear friends.
Thank you very much for your wonderful hospitality.
Until we meet again.
Today started with everyone having a lie in as we had a free day to ourselves in Montreal. We were all so happy about that! At around 11 a group of us headed into the centre of town to have brunch and after we had eaten we walked around to see some of the sights. We found ourselves at Notre Dame cathedral which was a perfect opportunity for photos. We then walked to find Rue Saint-Catherine which was ...
Well, here we are. Less than 24 hours 'til departure.
My flights are checked in. My bags are (mostly) packed, with a little help from Watarimono. My VPN is set up, my Yuan is purchased, I've made my lists and checked them (more than) twice. I'm ready to set out on what promises to be quite the adventure.
Of course, I'll miss things while I'm away. It's inevitable for anyone who travels. I'll miss my ...