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... a beavers tail, hence the name) covered in Nutella, sprinkled with Reece's pieces then drizzled over that is like this peanut butter amazingness, I literally had two bites, picked of the Reece's pieces and threw it in the bin and felt so guilty I spent the rest of the afternoon walking up and down the mountain about 4 times haha but now I can say I've done it and probably won't do it again haha I'll stick with my tuna and herbal teas thanks!! ...
... Mario Kart in the living area. We played, and I won, and then we headed out for food.
The immediate impression I got of Montreal was that there was not a great deal to be there, and was grateful for having booked just two nights. After speaking to a few people in the hostel however, everyone spoke extremely highly of the city. That evening, we headed out as a hostel to climb a large hill in the park that rewarded climbers with a fantastic view of the city skyline. At ...
... before we treated ourselves with a Canadian Starbucks coffee. When we got back to the hostel, the others were taking a powernap. The combination of climbing a mountain and eating poutine made them sleep like babies, so it took us a while to get everyone out of bed. Once everyone was ready to go we took the metro to the Montreal Chinatown where I enjoyed a delicious duck dinner in restaurant Bejing. We spent the whole evening laughing and sharing stories and ...
... when we visited NYC so we should recognise it! The Montreal version is tiny in comparison.
We then visited the Bank of Montreal which looks very much like the Pantheon in Rome. There is a reason behind this, according to our guide Ismael. The rationale was that back in the 1800’s people didn’t trust banks and kept their money under their mattress. To portray an image of success the buildings were built to look old, semi-religious and ...
... off for a free jazz concert! Although we didn't stay to hear the concert, the atmosphere was great and heard some fun music on the way through the streets for a while.
Eventually we stumbled across a very cute looking cafe that was called Brits and Chips: a British Fish n' Chips Pub. We got some fish that was covered in a maple syrup batter. I was cautious of it, but I have to report it was sweet and delicious!