Yesterday, I saw the Canadian War Museum. It’s a building of interesting architecture (there’s Morse code incorporated into the design, which I decoded for my colleague DD). It’s strangely larger on the inside than it is on the outside, because it’s built like a bunker.
There was only one clown.
I did not make it through without losing it and breaking down in tears, but I didn’t really try all that hard to do so.
Then it was to Byward Market to eat and hang out at Zaphod Beeblebrox (yes, I know, it’s gimmicky. But it’s gimmicky in a way that makes me want to go there *all the time*) and have a Pan-Galactic Gargle Blaster (which was *terrible*, although rather sweeter than I had imagined. I would have used tequila rather than JD) and a Slartibartfast (marginally better, although still pretty disgusting).
I will be making a post At A Later Date entitled : “Things I Learned in Ottawa”. Stay tyooooned.