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... of the museum and saw some impressive pieces.
The following day we headed out to explore the Lachine Canal which I mentioned in the previous post. We walked for about 30 minutes and just as we were nearby, the skies opened and a torrential downpour halted our progress. We hid out in a doorway for a while before giving up on our plan and heading back to the underground walkways of the city. We chilled out for a bit then toured town ...
... br> Then finally, after a whole week of sun and sand and total relaxation, it was time to go home.
What a trip. And what a learning experience. Let me share with you a few of the more important points I learned along the way, mostly specific to our resort:
- The Catalonia Yucatan is better than the Catalonia Riviera Maya. It's advertised as the "little sister" resort, but the rooms are cheaper, the pools aren't as crowded, the buffet ...
... Montreal Pride…this is an entry for the day prior. It started out on a slight downer note as we were following traffic along the highway and we had just entered into Quebec (we had just entered the Province of Quebec - or state for those who are familiar with that term) and for some odd reason the traffic was moving very quickly for a Saturday. We were in the left lane and traveling at about 120Kph and being pushed by the traffic behind us so we went with traffic ...
... ate once I knew the danger had cleared!once back at the hostel I went to bed,exhausted from traveling and escaping the wasps nest earlier in the night. The next morning came round and after a breakfast of toast with caramel and other more common toppings,I got showered,donned my rain jacket and went for a long walk around the town to get some food to make dinner with at the hostel to save funds. That evening during my dinner I began talking to a Canadian called Scott,whom I ...
Montrealers are happy, lucky people no matter the season. One place on the island the really reflects our four seasons is Mont Royal Park. Our largest park. The land scape architect, Fredrick Law Olmstead is most famous for Central Park in New York, Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, Prospect park.. too name a few..
Montreal is one of the rare places that has four perfect seasons. Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall.Its also one of the sunniest place in ...
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