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... north of the city center. We visited the incline tour which has the world's record for the tallest building at the steepest angle. This is where the 1976 Olympic flame was located. We also toured the Biodome which is located next to the incline tour and houses four ecosystems with plants and animals. ...
... made me feel like I was a lot closer to home. The Australians were completely clueless as to what all the signs and/or people were saying, so I could nicely show off my French skills (as far as they exist). We then took the metro to club La Tulipe, a big nightclub just outside the city center. Josh turned 24 on Friday and we celebrated accordingly with lots of dancing, good music and fancy drinks; we had an amazing time enjoying the Canadian nightlife!
... cathedral I have ever visited.
We could have got the Metro home but we decided to walk and this meant having to leave the comfort of the underground tunnel network. So we walked for 30 minutes or so in the pouring rain and got very wet. It was ok though as we knew soon we would be home and could take off our wet clothes.
The day finished off on a high weather wise thanks to an impressive rainbow, see photos.
Our final full day ...
... Montreal..... We made some friends!!! Yay!!! Greg and Tyler were our American friends, they had been in Montreal for a few days and met some locals, so we had a random night out with Greg - he took us to this girls apartment, she (Louisa) was a club manager and got us into all these bars and a club for free, she also got us free drinks, which was pretty cool as Montreal is soooo expensive! We left the club about 3am and on the ...
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be totally honest: I have no idea where we went in that park. The entire thing
was covered in snow and ice (we spent a good 45 minutes total playing on the
ice, watching shallow parts crack, kicking bits around and laughing at
low-friction surfaces) and so we most likely walked over the numerous lakes one
can find on a map of the area. Hopefully good photos resulted.