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I woke up at 3.30am but managed to get back to sleep until 5.30am which meant I got about 7.5 hours sleep! More than usual!

I faffed about, had a shower and was the first down to breakfast at 7 am.



The choice of breakfast was mainly toast in its various guises, yoghurts, cereals and coffee.

With my first round of toast I managed to burn it as the toaster was on too high!

Most of the guests were glued to the TV - bronze medal ice hockey game (Canada won! )



My plan today was to go up to Jean Talon market and explore that area using a citywalk app.

I walked to McGill metro station and caught the subway, changing at Berri-Uqam to go north to Jean Talon. It took about 20 minutes as I was lucky with the trains!



The market was about a 5 minute walk from the station. From the outside it was very non-descript!



It was a lot more atmospheric inside! And as it was still early, I could look around easily as therevwasn’t mant people around! I can imagine it gets packed at certain times of the day.



I liked these maple candles but I am always cautious of putting candles in my bag - not sure why!



I bought three small tins of maple syrup - one for home and one each for my 2 colleagues!



From leaving the market I walked to Little Italy which was full of Italian cafes and food shops. I went into the supermarket there that had all the brands I would see in Italy!

The cafes seemed full of older people enjoying a cappucino.



Whilst there was no snow on the pavements, you could see from the parks how much it had snowed.

There was an ice rink in this one, just down from Little Italy. However, it was quite wet as the temperature was quite high. I didn't need a hat or gloves all day.



The Montreal bagels are different from the usual ones - they are tinner with a bigger hole and are boiled in honey sweetened water before being cooked in a wood fired oven.

I took quite a long detour to the most famous one - Saint Viateur - but was quite disappointed that you couldn't have them toasted and eat in. I got two cinnamon and raisin ones that I will have for breakfast tomorrow.



I decided to keep going, following roughly the route on the app through Mile End to Plateau Mont Royal.



The route was actually not that interesting in the sense that the app made a big deal of certain areas that I felt didn't deserve it. I did enjoy looking at the local style of housing - most were three storeys with outside stairs leading to each floor so there were no internal staitways. Therevwere very few single dwelling houses.

Although only 11am I was starting to get hungry. I saw a cafe called Une Crepe and went in. I had their breakfast special without the beans. It was very tasty and was only $7 including coffee. A bargain!



I decided to walk back to the hotel rather than catching the subway! I went into a supermarket and got some cinnamon buns.

I needed the sugar rush as by the time I had walked back to the hotel I had done 13km. I recognised the route on Rue St Denis from our first trip to Montreal 4 years ago! I called into a couple of shops and added potential items to my shopping list.

I had a break of about an hour watching TV in french as training for Monday!




My idea for the afternoon was to walk up Mont Royal while the weather was dry!

It was uphill! The buildings on each side here are part of McGill University - one of the most renown universities in Quebec.



However, by the time I got to the bottom of the park, with at least another 2 km of uphill to go I knew my legs didn't have it in them.



So I turned around and went back down!



As I was close to the Redpath Museum I decided Iwould go in - only it is closed on Saturdays.

I decided I would go to Chinatown instead!



Another rink but no skaters! Too slushy again!



There were some interesting art works!



And a scary wolf which was bigger than me!



I decided that catching the metro would be easier on my feet. I am not sure it was any quicker but I certainly liked the sitting down aspect of it!

Initially the area looked like an average street with lots of chinese stores and restaurant.



Whilst the Chinatown was not very big, it did remind me in smells of Hong Kong.

These cakes looked cute but I am not sure if they would be style over substance!



I went into a couple of shops - I especially love the cooking supplies one! The whole area was certainly bustling! And there were some nods towards Chinese architecture.



Even though not particularly religious, I do enjoy visiting churches.

This one was Basilique St Patrick which had as its congregation the local Irish population. You could see the four leaf clover on the floor.

The organ was being played and I spent an enjoyable 20 minutes sitting on a pew in the calm.



I then headed to Le Complexe Desjardins where, as part of the En Lumiere festival they had a festival of cheese. As you can see, it was very busy with lots of stands showcasing their locally produced goods.

I had connected to the wifi to send a message to F (it was bedtime) and she facetimed me! We had a chat for about 20 minutes - it amazes me how easy it is now to stay in touch anywhere!



I then headed outside where the free activities for the festival were taking place. It was busy with lots of families enjoying the mild weather.

There was a toboggan run which seemed to be a big hit with the children. There were food stands and fire pits (which if it was as cold as it could be would be useful!)



There was also a small big wheel!

The atmosphere was one of fun!



You could also do a zipline. Having done this in Las Vegas (in the surrounding mountains) I was not about to volunteer to do it again!



I headed back to the hotel which wasn't far away. Another small rest may have been taken!

I decided to go to Brit & Chips for dinner. I had maple batter haddock and chips with ginger beer. It was delicious but I couldn't finish it. Good job I had done a lot of walking to use up some of these calories.

It was certainly a lot colder tonight - I needed my scarf and gloves and even resorted to putting my hood up.



Back at the hotel I went up to the 11th floor terrace to look at the view. There were still a lot of activity - people going to and from the En Lumiere festival which was only up the road.

I headed back to my room and tried valiantly to write up my report but between the wifi been slow and my tiredness I had to abandon!

I had enjoyed my wanderings! I ended up doing over 32,500 steps - over 24km. A record for me I think.

As soon as my head hit the pillow I was asleep!


The day started very early - 4am early! I actually slept really well and was somewhat disorientated when my alarm went off! Usually I sleep badly because I am afraid of missing the alarm call! This time I must have been tired!

Poor J also had to get up to take me to the airport. He was then going to work as his office is literally 2 minutes from there!

We were ready to go by 4.45am. J even managed his porridge for breakfast!

By 5.05am J was dropping me off at the airport! I don't think he lasted all day in the office!

Check in was very efficient for once - I had only been able to check in on the BRU-YUL flight.

I went through security - for once I didn't beep! I grabbed a coffee and a pain au chocolat as I didn't think I would manage to hold out until Brussels!



I then went through passport control - this is a bit hit and miss since all passengers flying abroad have to go through passport control. Today was surprisingly quick.

We boarded on time - I waited until nearly everyone had boarded! We were a little late actually taking off - someone must have been faffing somewhere!

I must admit to nodding for most of the flight! This is a skill I have honed over the years! Passes the time if nothing else!

We arrived a few minutes late but nothing that worried me!



I daw that the YUL flight was delayed by 45 minutes so I was in no rush! It was a long 18 minute walk to the next gate. The good news was that the security had been moved and I didn't need to go through it again! I did need to go through the automated passport control.



I was a bit peckish so go myself an avocado and egg sandwich. It was ok - filled a hole!

I also got a cappuccino from Starbucks to try and keep me awake.

I also had to go to the gate to have my passport scanned and for the airline to check the validity of my eTa! All was in order!



The flight was on an Air Canada 787.

Boarding was again efficient - I was on an aisle seat so I could get up and down on my own agenda!

The flight was just a shade under 7 hours. I nodded (again! ), ate (a spinach, rice and lentil dahl thingy - why do they give you beans on a flight (the starter was a chick pea salad that I passed on)), watched “Blades of Glory” (very funny) and “Victoria and Adbul” (quite sad really) and did a few laps to keep my blood flowing!

We arrived about 35 minutes late!

However, immigration was quick. Since we were here in summer they have introduced machines. They are very efficient. However I got directed to an Immigration officer as I put I was here to study! She asked me a few questions and then waved me through.

My bag came through after about 15 minutes and I just managed to get on the 747 bus (I got a 3 day subway/bus ticket for C$18)

An hour and a half after landing I was walking into my hotel.



Even though it was only 2pm, I could check in!
The hotel is Le Square Philipps. As you can see the room is very roomy! It us on the 8th floor (I requested a high floor!)



It also has a kitchen!

I unpacked whilst texting the kids! I needed to get out as I was both tired and hungry!



When I went outside it was sleeting. I walked the 5 minutes to the Eaton Centre where I got myself some veggie sushi in the food court! It was tasty and got me through my hunger!

I then went up to Old Navy on the 4th floor to get F some of their running bras - she likes these a lot. They were on special offer (C$6) so I got her 4 different types.



As you can see it was raining by now - not much snow to be seen! It wasn't that cold either.



My other destination was Victoria's Secrets. The main shopping Street is a disaster of roadworks! I almost slipped on some black ice at one stage.

I took a photo of some hoodies for F. Need her approval for this purchase!

I made my way back to the hotel as it was actually raining pretty badly by now.



I picked up another cappuccino to try to stay awake - it was 4pm by now!

I watched the Olympic Ice Skating before heading out to grab some dinner!



This is Place Philipps - at least there is some snow! You can see my hotel in the top left hand corner!



I went to Copper Branch for dinner - a vegan restaurant.

I had a spicy black bean burger and oven fries. While tasty it was also very hot!

I headed into the RESO - the underground tunnel/shopping zones where I found a dollarama! I love these types of shops!

It was still raining (though more lightly) so I headed back!

It is now 8.30pm. I don’t think I will last much longer before falling asleep!

Here’s hoping the weather is better tomorrow!

Steps: 14,486!


So i have a two day work trip to orlando. Ive booked into Art of Animation and added teo days on the end for some Disney time. I'll be alone which is a bit weird. I'll be there March 7th - 11th.


Bonjour!

Here I am again! I have been in two minds as to whether to do a trip report on my upcoming trip to Montréal! I'll explain why in a moment!

First of all - who am I? (actually a question I often ask myself ) I am Mel, a 49 year old language training manager. I am married to J and we have two delightful children - O aged 16 and F aged 13. We live in the south of France!

I don't need to introduce the rest of the family as this is another of my solo trips!

But it isn't really a holiday...

I am actually going to Montréal to improve my French! Really! I have had French lessons here and whilst I am very communicative and understand pretty much everything (well in French French - probably less so in Quebecois! ), my accuracy can be hit and miss! The hope is that a week in Montreal will help



I am flying out in less than 5 days! The timing was to clash with the second week of the kids' February holidays (yes they get 2 weeks). Whilst it may seem to be a bizarre time to pick, it makes life far easier for J as he doesn't have to do the school runs!

I am flying to Montreal via Brussels with Brussels Airline and Air Canada. The timing of these flights (both there and back) suited me best as the connection times in Brussels are short and I have connected through there many times.

The flight on Air Canada is a 787. I have flown once before on one and don't remember that it particularly helped my jet lag! It will be interesting to see if I son't feel so bad on the return trip!

I am staying for 7 nights - flying back on Friday evening to give me the weekend to get back the 6 hour difference!



I am staying right in the heart of the downtown - near to the language school and all the main attractions!

The hotel is Le Square Philipps. It is a suite type hotel so the room has a kitchenette - not sure if I will use it but it is nice it is there! It gets great reviews on Tripadvisor for its friendliness! There is a pool but I am divided as to whether I will take a swimsuit - I guess I should!



The hotel is also conveniently located to Rue St Catherine - one of the main shopping roads! F has given me a couple of items (running tops from Old Navy and a Pink hoodie!) but I don't imagine I will do much shopping!



Eating wise, I only have an hour for lunch (though I do finish at 2pm ) so it will probably be something quick! Keen to try again Montreal bagels!

Also on my list is a vegan burger place and a salad bar we went to last time!

Many visits will probably be made Tim Horton- love their timbits (donut holes)!

Evenings - it will depend on where I am! I may try some vegan poutine (I am pescartarian but am eating more vegan as time goes on!)



Weather wise - it could be cold! Last week was -13C but apparently felt like -18C - so cold. So far it is looking warmer but snow is forecast for next weekend! I actually chose this time of year because whilst this us my fourth trip to Montreal, it is my first outside summer! I hope there is lots of snow! I have my cold weather gear so should be ok!



My plans for the weekend are to walk walk walk!

I have downloaded a walking app that I can access offline! I want to walk up Mont Royal, visit the Plateau and perhaps also Jean Talon market. I may also visit a museum or two!

Also there is a big festival on - En Lumiere. Literally minutes from the hotel. There are lots of concerts but also free activities such as a big wheel, a toboggan run and a zipline. It should be fun to spend a few hours soaking up the atmosphere!

I am not sure how much time I will have in the afternoons but I will try to fill up my time as much as possible!



So I hope you will keep me company on another of my solo adventures! Obviously I will regale you with all the new grammar I learn as well as the interesting Quebecois phrases

Seriously though, I am looking forward to it! It will be interesting to stretch my mind - though I will probably be twice as old as the other students! And probably twice as difficult to teach as I do it as a living

See you on Friday!


Welcome (back) if you're reading.
This is my 4th instalment of Disney food reviewing, sticking with the 'Ok let's try this' title trend.
My number one reason for writing these is I love reading them back months/years later, which is why I've decided to do a pre trip so far in advance, I forget the thought process and organising that goes into these trips.
So we booked our flights a few weeks ago (between Christmas and new year). We're flying indirect MAN-LHR 8.05pm on 30th March, overnight at heathrow and then LHR-MIA at 2.15pm on 31st March. Flights are with BA and the Miami leg is on the A380 which my husband is very excited about.
Our return flights are MIA-MADat 5pm with an hours layover in Madrid before landing in Man at 10am. Flights cost us £400 each for our 2 weeks Easter holidays so we were really pleased with the price.



We're going to drive down to Manchester Friday lunchtime and do meet and greet parking (not yet booked) and we have booked premier inn bath road for our overnight stay at Heathrow, this coat is £45 for the night. There's myself (32), DH (33) and DD (4) so premier inn family rooms are plenty big enough. We also love the premier inn breakfasts and kids eat free so we hope to spend a leisurely morning having breakfast before heading to terminal 3 for our mid afternoon flight to Miami.



We've splurged a little bit and have booked the Miami International Airport Hotel for the night we arrive. The hotel doesn't get the best reviews but I don't think you can beat it for convenience. This has cost us £150 for the night, but means we don't need to stress about getting held up in immigration and navigating our way out of Miami around rush hour. We'll hopefully grab something to eat that evening in the airport.



We're always up ridiculously early on the first morning so we've decided to make the most of this early start, car hire is booked with Alamo to collect at 6am. We've booked a full size car to fit our luggage and pram in but didn't want anything too big as I'll do some driving. Car hire cost us £296 which we were really pleased with, it's been a long time since we got a full size that cheap! We'll set off from Miami and probably drive up the 27 and stop off for breakfast to break up the journey.



We haven't booked our hotel for the bulk of our stay yet. We're thinking of staying at the red lion on the 192 just left of the junction to world drive, so really handy for restaurants and Disney and gets decent reviews. This is a sneaky second 2018 budget trip as our main holiday is booked for August so we're looking for a cheap deal on the hotel, this is coming in at £429 for the 13 nights.



The second week of our holiday isn't classes as peak Easter so the DVC points require per night are quite reasonable. After a couple of days of stalking the availability calendar I spotted 2 consecutive nights at Beach Club resort in our second week, so booked it. With it not being either of our home resorts we'll struggle to get a full holiday here but we've always wanted to stay here and check out stormalong bay, especially for DD who loves swimming. We're going to do 2 nights on the deluxe dining plan as we find this works really well for us. We split the credits over the 3 days and it allows us to do character meals for DD and some of our favourite Disney restaurants with a considerable saving.
So far our plans are-
Check in as BC and then lateish character breakfast at cape may cafe (new). Afternoon in the pool and then dinner at California grill (love the sushi here).
Next day snacks from Boardwalk bakery for breakfast, morning/afternoon at the pool and then if I can snag a reservation we're going to have a go at the kitchen sink at beaches and cream. If not a walk into Epcot for cheddar cheese soup and pouting from the refreshment outpost using snack credits. Dinner that night will be cape may cafe clam bake (one of our favourites).
Check out day we'll get some more snacks from Boardwalk bakery for breakfast, pack up our 'overnight cases' and head to chef Mickey's for lunch (this is DDs absolute favourite, this is the only place she asks to go back to). That evening we've booked homecoming at Disney springs (new). Afterwards we'll head to goofys candy company and spend any left over snacks we may (or may not) have, cupcakes make good breakfasts over the next day or so.



We took advantage of the DVC ticket off that ran until 3rd Jan, $599 for a platinum annual pass. Two trips and saving the parking fees for this trip made it a no brainier. Downside is we can only book 7 days of fastpasses at any one time but we can work round that.
So it's all about the dining!! We're looking for some suggestions of new places to try, but we always end up at our old favourites, so many restaurants so little time (that would have made a good title &#128514.

Breakfasts - we love Cracker Barrel and IHOP.

Lunch we tend to do in the parks/resorts - caseys corner, contempo cafe, boulangerie, Earl of sandwich, flame tree BBQ, backlot express, d'luxe burger.
We'd like to try polite pig and blaze this time.

Dinner - Buffalo Wild Wings, kobe, millers, 4rivers, sweet tomatoes, five guys, Arby's, steak and and shake, Longhorns and tambu lounge for THAT bread pudding. We'd like to try mannys, outback, teak neighbourhood grill and giordanos.

Snacks - plaza ice cream parlour, ample hills creamery, ghirardelli for ice creams and whatever else takes our fancy.



Managed to snap up a 1.00pm reservation for to do the kitchen sink on the Monday. I used the mouse dining website to set up an alert. Never used this before and wasn't sure how successful it would be but low and behold got an email last night telling me there was a reservation that matched my watchlist so opened the app and there it was. Fantastic service can't recommend enough for them sought after reservations.



Update - Sorted a few of our remaining bits and pieces. Booked our hotel, after a bit of second guessing and changing minds between the red lion on the 192 and the clarion inn at lake buena vista (where we stayed last Easter) we settled on the red lion, think we got a pretty good deal for 13 nights - £450.

Took advantage of the increase in the £ vs $ so bought some currency. Got 1.4008 with Thomas Cook so was very pleased with that.



Today is 59 days to go 😊 A week tomorrow is our fastpass day so that's something to start thinking about, we only get to book 7 days of fast passes with our Annual Passes so going to have to prioritise and pick and choose which days to book for initially and fill in the rest when we're there.
Waiting for more information to be released about the flower and garden festival - particularly the menus for the food booths set up for the festival. With staying at beach club for a couple of nights this would be a great opportunity to pop in and sample a few of the food/drink options on offer.



53 days to go - Fastpass day in 2 days. Whilst putting together a loose plan of which park on which day for booking fastpasses and thinking about where we could eat around them plans I thought about lunch at be our guest. We've enjoyed this in the past and it's good value compared with other counter service options in MK. Had a look through MDE and managed to get a reservation for 12.45pm on one of our MK planned days.



We ordered magicband covers from magicyourband off thedibb marketplace for our last trip. These were great and got loads of compliments from cast members when scanning them. Can't recommend highly enough and really cheap too. We'll be taking these again this year!



I bought some Epcot style Mickey ears from Etsy for our last trip but these unfortunately didn't come in time, so I'll be taking them along this time.



So fastpass day...
After leaving Miami around 6am we hope to head to magic kingdom after lunch.
Day 1 : MK - Meet Mickey Mouse 12.40-1.40, splash mountain 1.40-2.40, Seven dwarfs mine train 2.50-3.50
Day 2 : EP - Test track 9.10-10.10
Day 3 : AK - Kilimanjaro safari 10.25-11.25, Kali river rapids 11.25-12.25, Navi river ride 12.45-1.45
Day 4 : HS - Star tours 9.40-10.40, Toy story mania 10.40-11.40, Tower of terror 11.40-12.40
Day 6 : EP - meet Mickey and friends 9.10-10.10, spaceship earth 10.10-11.10, Frozen 11.25-12.25
Day 7 : MK - Big thunder mountain 10.35-11.35, Enchanted takes with belle, 11.40-12.40 (12.45 lunch at BOG), Seven dwarfs mine train 1.40-2.40
Day 10 - AK : (check out of Beach club, 12.00 brunch at Chef Mickey's) 1.40-2.40 Meet Mickey, 2.40-3.40 Flight of passage, 3.40-4.40 Kali river rapids

Really pleased with the fastpasses we were able to secure, day 1 was actually 52 days out due to us not checking into Beach club until day 8 but there were still plenty of fastpasses available at good times. Flight of passage was available for our first Animal Kingdom day (day 3) but it was at 8.25pm which was too late for us. We will book fastpasses for our remaining days as we use a day at a time.



The day started as it had done for the last few days - slowly and with a toast and yoghurt breakfast.

Most of the packing was done - just the wetsuits and what we were currently wearing!



J and I went for a wander down to the pier while the kids caught up on their social media.



It was going to be a warm day!



We went back to get the kids as they wanted a last beach session - easily pleased!! The waves were quite big today!



I had to watch out as the tide was high do occasionally the water crept a little too close!

I went yo get coffee - and then just after I ordered thought I had lost my small stash if cash! The lady behind me offered to put it on her card but thankfully I found it again! How nice are some people!!



We hung out the wetsuits in a vain effort to get them a bit dry.

The owner had agreed to a later check out of 3pm. We went back to Lil Farmer for our usual! We then took the body boards back to the shop where we gad bought them and sold them back to them - got $30 back (original cost $65) - $35 for a week’s worth of fun!



At around 2.30pm we were ready to leave. We filled the car up and took it back - a simple exercise! A shuttle bus took us to the airport where we dropped the bags off.

We had arranged with David to meet him at a restaurant near the airport. J worked out that we could get a shuttle bus to the Sheraton and it wasn’t far from there!



The restaurant was Coasterra - quite upmarket.

We had drinks plus tortilla chips, salsa and guacamole! Very tasty with a great view of downtown!



We even saw our plane come in on the runway behind us but I wasn’t quick enough to get a photo!



We have part of this painting as a print at home!!

David dropped us off and we went though security. F and J got a panda express to avoid having to eat on the flight.



We boarded on time. Nothing much to report on the flight as I am one of those annoying people who can sleep - I probably managed about 7 hours!!

I had two asian veggie meals which were edible!

We would have landed on time but for the fact that we were sent into the holding pattern for about 30 minutes.



O and F had lunch (or breakfast) at Huxley’s. J and just grabbed a meal deal from Smiths! We have a long 5 hour layover!!


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