Auberge Chez Jean
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... named Lyne – as my mom!).
** Now a new insight: yeah, I hope you can understand me, I just feel that the structure of my last sentence is bad. Really bad (and too long). But I’m really trying not to switch back in French – please understand the effort I’m doing. **
But also, being by my own meant that when I get out of the airplane, I would have to wait for the customs, take my luggage, and find the train station and my hostel by ...
... was sad that we were leaving.
Going from Toronto to Montreal is actually quite interesting, as crossing the provincial border between Ontario and Quebec is like crossing into another country. While in Ontario, people speak English and all the signage and writing is in English, in Quebec, everything is French. It just adds a little extra challenge in getting around, but it's actually quite fun :).
Getting to the hotel required us to take the subway, which is ...
... even a fireplace in the room and we have a nice view of the city.
We met up with Ben's friend from his softball team in Boston for dinner. His friend is from Montreal and was in Boston three years ago getting his MBA and then came back to Montreal afterwards. ...
(surprisingly long) length of the park, then the (also surprisingly long) width
distance to a cross-street which google maps promised us to hold the
long-awaited breakfast. So, we walk along, silently, smelling the bread factory
across the street, tensions high due to everyone's hunger, and lo, ne'r a bar
and grill in sight. Just a massive, concrete hotel/relic of 1986, and a gas
station. What happened then? What ...
... and the game we see is good. The best is that the Impact wins 3-1.
On Sunday, we have something really big planned. We meet up with 10 other friends around 11 in the morning. We then drive for about 1 hour towards the North-West of Montreal. We then go to register : we have to give our names, some money and our weigth. We then have the chance to watch a little introducing video of about 5 minutes. We then have to fill in a long paper, sign ...