La Perrot Damoise
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... a smaller chapel. This was their "every day" chapel. The tour guide explained that they only use the front Basilica when they are expecting hundreds of people, but for ordinary mass they use the back chapel. It was just as beautiful but very different. It had an amazing sculpture at the front made from Brass representing Jesus, God and the Holy Spirit. It was quite moving. Samuel remarked that the chapel was nothing like our church; our ...
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... was poutine with the addition of ground beef,hot dog sausage,bacon and pepperami.It was delicious and ridiculously unhealthy! I returned to the hostel after for a rest as it was so filling and sat talking to René and melody,a French former worker at the hostel.I told them of my plans to walk to the island Notre dame to see the Canadian Grand Prix track that afternoon and René said he wanted to join so we set off on the long walk of ...
... overlooks Montreal so at times I could catch little glimpses through the woods of the city below. It was a hot and sticky day and the park (like the city) is quite hilly. By around 11am I was keen to escape the heat and searched for a place to wait out the humidity.
The Musee des beaux de Montreal (Museum of Fine Arts Montreal), was only a 5 minute walk from our hotel and although I had not originally intended on a visit, I’m glad I did. The permanent ...
... greatest Canadian and a Montrealer!!
A beautiful room was the 17th Floor of the Queen Elisabeth Hotel were I worked for 5 years and where John Lennon and Yoko Onno had their bed in and wrote Give Peace a Chance.
Steve Jobbs.. who was really tall was in a room that looked like the inside of a mobile phone…
Spiritual room had three ...