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... for a French-Canadian team. The first person to refer to the Canadiens as the 'Habs' was the owner of Madison Square Garden who thought that was what the 'H' on the Canadiens jersey stood for - this was an error - the logo (C rapped around H) actually stands for 'Club De Hockey Canadien'.
We returned to the hotel get ready for the ice hockey match. We caught the Subway to the Bell Centre where the Montreal Canadiens ...
... cousin. And you can get groceries as well. Almost got lost finding it, as we weren't prepared today, normally Terry has each trip organized precisely. We tried asking locals for directions, but we can't understand each other.
We had lunch at a food court, and it is such a pleasure to see so much fresh healthy sensible food after the junk in USA. Not everything ...
... headed back up to the pool deck for cocktails & hors douves and to meet certain members of the crew. We were also entertained with a cabaret number from the entertainment contingent, it was great. Light rain began to fall, but we all maneuvered ourselves under the sails on the deck and had a very enjoyable introduction to ships life and crew. While we were doing this, the ship slipped its mooring and we departed Montreal for Quebec City with little fanfare up the ...
... I reunited with Cara and Gaby and I made friends with two great English guys, Peter and Sam, from my dormroom.
We went biking, they showed me a few great songs and some other new food places.
One night we went out all together and spent our afterparty at a guys home with a sweet little Jamsession. Cara is an incredible singer, a friend of Gaby plays the Guitar like a hero and Peter was good in it too.
One of the rare moments of purity. So many momories of my time ...
... best bet, followed by MasterCard / Cirrus. Before I travel internationally, I switch my bank account type to one that has no fees for international ATM withdrawals, and I switch it back when I get home. Banks and credit cards will usually charge 2-3% in conversion fees, anyway, but there's no need to tack a $5 service fee on top of that.
- Budgeting. I'm old-fashioned; I jot down cash withdrawals and credit ...