What happens when copper isn't lacquered? It turns green.
The Alberta Giles Copper Musuem is more of an art gallery than a monument to copper the metal, and therefore much more interesting place to see.
The stop was interactive, as the students got to make their own copper engravings. A lot of them decided to draw the Bat symbol, among other things. Pics/video on the museum will be posted tonight.
Next was our lunch stop, a quick bite at area with fast food options. The most popular option was McDonalds, but the Thai Zone (I imagine they serve some variety of Thai food, but I could be wrong), Tim Hortons, and Subway were also chosen for lunch. Now, we're on route to dessert - a magnificent ice cream place - it's a bit out of the way on Ile d'orleans - but apparently totally worth it. Because if there's anything we need more of, it's sugar! Oh, just noticed there's no sarcasm emoji.
While I was typing, the bus arrived at our location and the students who wanted ice cream got off the bus. I'm sitting on an empty bus.