Hotel Stay Mont Royal
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... still quite close to the bowl. Very disconcerting.
The residential areas of Ottawa seemed to be quite close to the city centre.
Left Ottawa via the freeway and branched off onto a lesser highway #7 which went through the countryside. It was raining on and off for much of the way. At times the rain was very heavy.
The #7 rejoins the freeway just past Hawkesbury where we left Ontario and crossed into Quebec ...
... the education staff there about their programs and their uncertain future. We also road our bikes to the casino, the route was not well marked and there were several old abandoned worlds fair pavilions along the way. The Casino was the Canada pavilion during the 1967 worlds fair. We had a lovely deli lunch on the top floor overlooking the river. ...
... intensely about our stay in Montreal and especially our stay in the States. After a ten-minute conversation with the border lady we were good to go. The rest of the journey was rather flawless, besides the rain showers and heavy storm we encountered the last two hours before arriving in Boston. We entered the gates of Boston College at 10 pm, satisfied and happy to be home safe.
It was an amazing weekend with great people and many bonding moments (I would say ...
We woke up this morning to LOTS of snow, can't open the back door or we'll end up with a big pile of it in the kitchen. Snow ploughs have been busy clearing the streets (they use cute mini ones to clear the pavements) and lots of people busy uncovering their cars (which looks like quite a big job). Impressively the buses were running so we decided to go into the city to the Gallery of Contemporary Art, we then made our way to the old town via ...
... was poutine with the addition of ground beef,hot dog sausage,bacon and pepperami.It was delicious and ridiculously unhealthy! I returned to the hostel after for a rest as it was so filling and sat talking to René and melody,a French former worker at the hostel.I told them of my plans to walk to the island Notre dame to see the Canadian Grand Prix track that afternoon and René said he wanted to join so we set off on the long walk of ...