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... awesome during the warmer months. The weather was awesome too, I packed for the arctic though cause it's been about 10 degrees and rainy so I figured up a mountain would be worse and it was so foggy in the morning I thought it would be **** weather but it turned our beautiful. We stayed here for two hours, you can take a ski lift right to the top for amazing views but I had got a pretty good view without paying an extra $20 to see more nature (I ...
... kicked out by the restaurant owners because it was getting too late. Most of us then went back to the hostel to get a good night sleep, but Claire, Remco and I decided to take advantage of our last night in Canada and headed to yet another night club in Montreal’s gay district. It was quite an experience to be surrounded by drag queens and people with all possible sexual orientations, but the three of us had great fun! We greatly enjoyed this change of scene and ...
... of the museum and saw some impressive pieces.
The following day we headed out to explore the Lachine Canal which I mentioned in the previous post. We walked for about 30 minutes and just as we were nearby, the skies opened and a torrential downpour halted our progress. We hid out in a doorway for a while before giving up on our plan and heading back to the underground walkways of the city. We chilled out for a bit then toured town ...
... it was 8pm, and having already walked for over an hour and a half, we decided to wisely start to make our way home. The walk felt longer on the way back, but the hour soon passed and now hear I sit writing about my day (:
So far, Montreal is a keeper. And our accommodation is cheap, and pretty funky for a hostel! Although I have to say the shower was so small it encourages you to get out as fast as possible. Sneaky design!
... banks built up by snow ploughs, being constantly aware of how slippery it is
under foot or driving, taking enough spare gear with you for any eventuality. What
we have found, however, is that people basically try to live their normal life in spite of the weather. When it’s -10C
to -20C, there are very few people on the streets, and those that are are just
there for as short a time as possible, with the exception of those taking part