Auberge Chez Jean
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... like, a festival of ribs, or barbeque meat. There was pulled pork, bbq chicken, sausages, but the main dish was definitely ribs. When you order, you can put coins in the tip jar and everyone working at that particular stand will oink. There's also beer and icecream, and to top it off, theres a mechanical bull. It would have been rude not to get our meat sweats on, but will skip the beer today. The old port, and the old town, were really cool. Obviously lots of ...
... installation on an often very discussion-worthy theme. This year's theme, however, is a bit of a let-down:
"Security in our Society: What remains of our personal freedoms?"
Of course, this is a very pertinent theme in today's society, ever-present in the news, on social media and in our thoughts. Unfortunately, it led to some extremely unoriginal art this time around. If I had to count the number ...
... d'Orleans, a visit to an amazing copper craft workshop among a few other stops. The 3 hour train trip is a treat in itself and an extremely good service, ViaRail Canada, gets top marks for everything. Back in Montreal, on the 9th floor,we finished our exploration of Old Montreal and Mont Royal and visited one of the beautiful modern art galleries which has many old masters and we spent several hours taking it all in. Now in Vancouver on our last ...
... brook and lilacs, rhododendron, shade, aquatic, etc.).
We walked down the main street and saw mosaics (or similar to the topiaries we have seen at Disney in Orlando). The mosaics consist of a metal mold, dirt, screen, tubes for water irrigation from the inside, grass, and plants. Some of them are bumble bees, butterflies, birds, man squatting with a cape, a tree with birds and ...
Let me ask
you something. Let me ask you why you would ever let yourself walk around for
four hours in a new city with lots of activities and lots of beautiful things
to see, albiet below freezing, without food. Why, WHY would you wake up and not
have a piece of toast, a coffee, an apple, a muffin, ANYTHING, before just
going and starting your day? I'll tell you why: you're a 20 year old with a
group of friends who ...