My Godfather's house
We then headed about 60 km northwest of Montreal to Saint-Sauveur where we shopped at the Factoreries, or outlets for the non-francophones in the house. The area boasts several ski resorts in the winter as well as lots of cute restaurants.
We enjoyed a cappuccino followed by shopping and then an early dinner at Le Chalet Grec, a French-infused Greek restaurant in town.
My heart is 5575 km from here!
This reminds me of the set from Shop Till You Drop! Anyone? Anyone?
The restaurant is quite casual and furnished with plastic picnic tables and chairs
This was not a traditional Greek restaurant, as there were actually many French dishes on the menu, so I guess we can call it Greek-Canadian, eh? We were the first to arrive as it opened for dinner, but by the time we left there was a line at the door. Mind you there was TONS of seating indoors as well, but on such a gorgeous day, who'd want to sit inside? This restaurant also features a BYOB policy, and so we brought our own
Then when we got home I decided to
This is quite possibly my favorite warning sign in the history of warning signs... look closely
My translation of this photo: If you dive into the swimming pool, you will violently crash your skull, bleeding profusely from the cranial region, and then shrink into a small underwater handicapped person... or die.
Too entertaining. That's all for now, folks! Have a great 4th of July and I will report more Canadian happenings later!