Le 9 1/2 @ Saint-Denis
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... either shuffling around trying to find a quieter, darker corner, preferably with somewhere they could plug in their electronics, or already camped out on the floor at every corner. I was too tired to stay upright any more, so put my coat on the floor, put my suitcase flat, and tried to rest with my head on that. There's a reason they call it a suitcase and not a pillow. Poor Ben the puppet became a pillow instead, at least he was getting plenty of use this trip. I knew ...
... and scallops washed down with a bottle or so of Rose($22) marvellous. Middle of the range is the Vieux Port Steakhouse just off from the Place Jacques Cartier, which has numerous restaurants to chose from. We had a seafood platter to share here but this one was hot but very tasty and with a plate of frites is enough. The waiting at this restaurant however was very chaotic. There were lots of chaps in white shirts and black aprons but they just brought the ...
... would be highly frowned upon, as everyone strived for their children to gain a safe government job. To this point several of the brightest students in these countries still strive to work in the public sector because of the job security, but in recent years there has been a paradigm shift and several students have started working on their own technology startups. This has led to several accelerator programs and co-working spaces that we visited.
... and I was wearing tights! From then on I wore jeans in the evening but then the mosquitoes just attacked the other parts of my body available like my hands and feet. I now look like I have a skin disease.
Today I was taken into Montreal city by my host to their city house. I dropped my bags off and went to wander around old Montreal for the day. Old Montreal is like an old European city and obviously everyone is speaking French. I ...
... rivalled our Argentinian steaks, which is saying
something. Adam and Lavinia take Olivia back to the hotel as it’s pretty late,
but we head up to the Plains of Abraham, where most of the festival action
occurs. We buy our “Bonhomme” effigy
($15 each - give access to all the festival sites). Nearly freeze to death in
the process as have to line up and wait, and take our gloves off to get money
out etc, and it’s at least ...