B&B Le Cartier
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... MNA. Now, about 250,000 Montreal households move on July 1. The streets are now littered with rejected furniture from the many shifts over the last couple of days.
In the distance is Mont Royal on one side and the bridge over to where Alan grew up in St. Hilaire out in front.
The Metro is close by and has provided us easy access to downtown and all the action. Despite ...
For me it made no difference as I would have to take buses and subways either way to get home. Also with the big international airport Pearson I figured they would have larger planes that the smaller ones allowed at the island airport so more chance of getting on a flight as passengers backed up.
... chance to explore the old town. We wandered through the back streets and along the pier and waterfront. We were expecting the temperatures to be much cooler than in New York but it hasn't been the case and Sandra regretted wearing jeans and a thick T-shirt! It has been really nice to be able to not have to carry jumpers and coats but to be fair we would be doing the same in the UK this summer.
Montreal isn't ...
... Ones Alive
5. mmm…6. It’s a storm! (what’s going on?)
7. Song #43
9. Cold night
10. We’re all gonna blow away
1. Ballad of Sherri
3. Cry Wolf
4. Across the Atlantic
5. I’ve got your back6. Hundred dollar bills
7. Biggest mistake
8. I’ve got sorrow
9. Crow’s Lament
10. Goodbye ...
... is a big shock after being surrounded by so much greenery, to suddenly be surrounded by concrete, but I'm impressed with the restoration of the park. They've created a living environment, a Biodome, out of the old velodrome, and are adding new elements to the park as well. There's a lot to be done, such as adding some plantlife! Right now it's a haven for skateboarders. It's a long hot walk across concrete to get to the entrance to the tower, but the view is worth the walk and the wait.