Anne Ma Soeur Anne
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... of two girls dressed as flowers, dancing in a see-through plastic bubble…) passing China Town and into Old-Town (as old as it gets here in Canada!). Montreal was one of the first places the french settled in, due to its placement along the St Lawrence River (big ass river that goes from the East Coast of Canada all the way until Lake Ontario. So you can actually enter this river and cross all of East Canada and the big five lakes) so the Old ...
... of the road during our drive here today & further along, a dead skunk in the middle of the road... and yes, they do stink - phew!!!
Being in the ground floor 'apartment' & especially old places, you hear all the noises from above. Woke early today but couldn't be bothered getting up - therefore a late start to the day! First off, just about to head out only to find that we had been pinged for a parking violation. $54 ...
... He'd waited up till almost midnight to let us in and turned out to be a rather good looking chap with a gorgeous French accent (Joe's not too unhappy as he thinks he looks like Man. U's RVP!). Me and Joe managed to stumble to bed before a good night's rest. We wanted to make the most of our short time in Montreal so had an early breakfast and got out the door by 8:30 to head off to parc mont royal with our public transport day passes. We caught a bus that took us ...
... a very hazzy day & not very clear! The bonus was we came across the most interesting geology exhibit explaining that all three major rocks can be found on Mont Royal: sedimentary, igneous & metamorphic It also explained how all the stones used in Montreals buildings where extracted from stone quarries within the city limits.
Did you know Montreals name came from Mont Royal?
We found the ...
Our trip began with uneventful but pleas and (sic. pleasant) flight from Toronto that served a drink and peanut free pretzels after we started our descent. How far we have come since peanuts were served and 'all over the plane' and Minna was advised that perhaps her peanut allergy should direct her to a different mode of transport to the Caribbean. We were moved that ...