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... at the fact that they have 3 microbreweries in the space of 1 city block. Another good reason to live here Chris decided.
Chris and Zach left on a bus at 4:30pm from the Berri-UQAM Metro station near Quarter Latin to go to the airport to pick up Chris’s mum Jane who was arriving at 6pm from London England. I went back to the apartment tided and washed all the sheets and towels and got it ready for Jane’s arrival. I then to the Metro to meet up ...
... scratch the surface, I figure I'll be doing well.
Then, I plan to hop a flight north to Windhoek, and spend the second half of my trip on an organized camping safari around Namibia. Yep, that's right, despite my ambivalence, I'm going back on tour. It's a compromise, like many things are; Namibia's vast distances and my limited time make the prospect of independent travel around the country enticing but not very practical. To mitigate the risks, ...
... snow and ice only using molds.
The ice is transparentfor the bed frames, bars, table, chairs, it is made in layers by first removing the oxygen from the water, then the water is frozen in thin layers to get the transparent affect.
The lobby is in the shape of an egg, one of the hardest forms to break. A kevlar balloon is filled with air and the lobby is molded. When it is hard enough and ready they release the air and ...
... in a home belonging to manufacturing brothers. We climbed hundreds of stairs to enter the incredible Oratoire St. Joseph, a massive hilltop church founded in 1904 by the beloved Brother André (now a saint). Mont Royal and the Old Port are just as charming as ever, and as a bonus, we stumbled onto the massive greenscreen set of The Smurfs 2, starring Neil Patrick Harris (saw his monogrammed director's chair), which I'm sure will be ...
... and delayed wait for some iced cappuccinos tainted the visit as we sat beside some cadet police officers in their strange shorts and black trainers; lace-up trainers should never be black.
Re-energised we set off down to the waterfront where Dad flagged down an information buggy to inquire about something or other, before we sat overlooking the science centre overrun by children alongside a rusty multi-storey car park. The information buggy ...
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