Auberge De Jeunesse Maeva Montreal
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... got some Thai food before heading back to the hostel.
One thing I did learn during the tour was that Aussies are known in Montreal for being coffee snobs. Gabrielle kept saying "this is a good shop for coffee, even by Australian standards". Also Scott and I took great pleasure in announcing to people that Starbucks went bankrupt in Australia. Canadians and Americans cannot believe it. It makes me proud.
Over the course of my time in Montreal I ...
... here I am, for better or for worse. If I'm brave enough to traipse around Nepal skulking after sherpas and the Dalai Lama, surely I can find the kahunas to put some words down here and share my brief adventures with you.
I hope that they move, inspire, entertain or delight (or, on a great day, all of the above!) at least one person out there.
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... for their heroes to do the same.
“Hopefully we have added to your lives over the last couple of decades, but you need to know how much you’ve been adding to ours, it is such a pleasure to play for you and to come back here,” Agassi told the crowd after his match.
I really enjoyed the tennis, something a little outside of my ordinary entertainment reportoir, but definitely a great night! After the games we walked back home.
... on my brother’s shelf so it must be good. The director didn’t feel it was worth turning up at the festival, but he did make up for it with an entertaining introduction via video that made me think if his film’s half as good as his spiel beforehand we were in for a treat. I wasn’t wrong. The film was as horrific as it was spectacular and is definitely one to look out for, but maybe not if you’re too faint hearted. ...
... and yes I had to rain jacket. After a few moments of pondering my options the kind homeless man that had opened the door for me offered his newspaper, I couldn't possibly take his only possession but he insisted and refused to take no for an answer, and so I made it back to my hostel all thanks to the generosity of a fellow spirit".
I really enjoyed my time in Montreal but it was time to move on, Quebec city was my next port of call.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAuberge De Jeunesse Maeva Montreal
Staying at Maeva was a fantastic experience, and I would encourage anyone else travelling in Montreal to stay here. The place is clean and neat, the staff are exceptionally friendly and so are the other guests. The decor makes one feel instantly welcome with its bright colours and the messages from past guests over the corridor walls give the place a real sense of community. Absolutely loved my time here!
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