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We are in the city written about in "Bury Your Dead". I realize I had another typing mistake on the title in the last post. Typing on an I-pad is quite different than a laptop! and I seem to be making many more mistakes. And because I don't have italics or underlining I've been ignoring the title rules. But that can get confusing too, so I decided I will use "quotes", which I have available, for all titles. On Thursday we bought an ...
... water landing the base of your seat is a flotation device. Please rip it off your seat and hold onto it."(!!!!) Adalia started to tantrum from the get go. She was really tired and didn't want to sit still. I had people rows ahead turning around every few minutes. It was quite stressful, but there really wasn't anything I could do. It all crescendoed when she head butted my necklace really hard getting an immediate egg on her head. She SCREAMED!! Then fell asleep right as they announced ...
... down to the St Lawrence river... most enjoyable and packed with bikers for a monday!
- Left our bikes at the ferry and went across to old town, took the funicular up as we did not want to climb all the stairs.
- It is a wonderful place to stroll on a nice day with beautiful buildings ensconced with lots of plants and greenery. An eclectic mix of shops and restaurants and pubs keeps you busy on the winding streets.
- We found a bakery/sandwich shop at 11:30 and had ...
... to see it. It was worth it, and Ben did much better with the waiting. The man was like Buster Keaton, Charlie Chaplin, and a gymnast all in one. He did some great stuff on the high wire, blew himself out of a cannon, etc... Then we saw some strange fire group on Segways with oddly shaped musical instruments. They didn't light their fires in honor of the community of Lac Megantic which suffered a terrible blow on Friday night when ...
... the particularly important city of Vimy.
With several hours left before we had to board our train to Montreal we just wandered about. Taking a route down near the river that we had not yet walked, we encountered a still unidentified animal. It looked like a huge, cross hamster - squirrel. Or a beaver without the teeth and with a bushy tail. Perhaps it was a marmot or a groundhog. Perhaps we will never know.
The best way back from the lower town to the upper town ...