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... as well as the power supply in my backpack. They even had some online entertainment if you wanted to watch those.
Got to Montreal on time at 6:16 pm and had to change to the local Metro line and got a bit lost but still managed to make my way to the Air BnB place by 7:10. Turns out the wife is in Greece and the husband is on night shift so I have the house to myself, which is sort of nice. After settling in I ...
... old city, we stumbled across Chinatown, where we ate in a dumplings restaurant which was fantastic. Pan fried, they were crispy on the outside, and bursting with meat and vegetables in the middle, and was accompanied by several different sauces and powders. Definitely my kind of lunch. We then went to visit the underground city, where the locals retreat to in the winter when it is too cold to be in the open air. This sounds awesome, but in reality, it was really just a cross ...
... fastest elevator doors ever. I ended up going all the way down to the ground level before I could go back up to the 18th floor...and of course,the elevator stopped on about every other floor. When I finally got back up to our floor, Jeff was still waiting for me. I was so tired that I felt like a turtle that had flipped on its back and maneuvering the luggage. This Fairmont is built over ...
... swapping languages. After wandering around downtown Montreal we decided to regroup back at the B&B before we headed back into town. The plan was to go to a bar next to the club where 'Arcade Fire' were playing at and see if we can spot them or even better if we could somehow score tickets. We had read that it was only a tiny club and all the tickets were taken by the bands friends and family or hard core fans that had lined up for 8 hours the previous day. We had ...
... streets. Painted the green line and had our Parade. Only because of that snow snow we have the longest continuous running St Patty's parade.!!
We are blessed with a completely weather proof, underground Métro which is not affected in anyway by snow. The buses run. Sometimes they maybe delayed due to narrow streets, cars getting stuck etc.. However they still run. However we have the option of our métro.