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Travel Blogs from Montreal
... Truthfully, I was a bit afraid to, I had a waking nightmare that I'd miss my flight if I did. I set my iPad alarm just in case. Around 3:30 am, I headed down to baggage drop again.
The 6:25am flight to Montreal now read cancelled....I won't repeat what my response was to that news, let's just say I asked forgiveness for it later.
There was nothing to do but stand in line, first this time, at least, and wait until someone showed up ...
... Some was also used to expand Île Sainte-Hélène. I got the train from the park to the Westmont neighborhood, where the lonely planet guid said I would find great bagels. I got off at Atwater and found myself in a shopping center. I worked my way up to ground level and found saint-Catherine's street it was only a few block to Bagels on Greene. I had a garlic bagel with cream cheese and a coffee. The bagel was really good, I sat outside and enjoyed while people ...
... I can think, eaten at several of Bourdain's recommended places as well as countless local haunts, and after all this I could spend another month here without agenda.
But the show must, as they say, go on. I have Paulo's recommendations for a route to Boston , then on to New York. That should about do it. Keep an eye out for updates here, they may not be as frequent as they previously were, but you'll know I'm ...
Yet again another good day. Weather was better than expected, no rain! Had a good run this morning although it was so heavy and close... Unbelievably humid here. Cooked successfully this morning with Tiphanie for breakfast, then went with Amélie to her friend's appartment to drop off her stuff before going to a Tam-Tam music thing in the Mont Royal park which takes places most ...
... br> $5.00 for a two-way metro ticket is too expensive, we finally got on the green
train towards Aringion to explore the LOTR-reminicent underground of Montreal's
finest tourest trap.
the train, we still saw no entrance to the mall, but another quick asking of
directions (c'mon guys, it's really not that hard), and we began down a brick
hallway with glowing fast-food signs and an army ...