Le Rayon vert
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... programmed our funny talking GPS to old town Montreal. We crossed a big bridge that looked like it had seen way too much snow and salt in the winters and made Ted nervous. He doesn't like high bridges anyway and this bridge crosses the St. Lawrence seaway so one end is really high to let the freighters pass beneath. We found parking right in the heart of the city next to City Hall (or Hotel de Ville in French). We grabbed our umbrellas even though the rain ...
... of Vieux-Port, everything is heavily tagged. Makes me wonder what kind of underground elements run the city. Thinking triads with the Chinatown connection and possibly something from the Caribbean given the large Hatian presence.
Went south west into the city to meet up with the other two thirds of last springs impossible mission team. You two know who you are (keeping things quiet to protect those whom I respect and trust).
Ended up at Else's Bar. A ...
... was out of control but the movement made me feel dizzy, I guess being a bit hungover didn't help much. We had another interactive experience afterwards which basically was a talk about constellations and how to find some stars. I got bored, I was tired and the talk was 40 minutes so I caught up on some sleep. You'll have to ask Alex what happened in part 2.
After this it was time to head back to the hostel to get ready for the hockey tonight! We lost ...
... have hit Montreal at a great time. First the weather is excellent, all the locals have told us we have been very lucky, and the 1st October is the start of the NHL (National Hockey League) and to mark this, a kick-off concert was organised in central Montreal. This involved a large stage which featured some Canadian bands before an internationally recognised band…see pictures and see if you can identify the lead singer before ...
... thing. A short walk to the other side of the park got us to the lake where lots of families were BBQing which always makes the stomach rumble.
We carried on into town to 'Frites Alors' for lunch. Poutine is apparently a favourite of the discerning French Canadian so it had to be tried. Fries covered in cheese curds and gravy. Heavy greasy and and not exactly tasty. I thought the French were masters of cuisine. Glad I had it but it will ...