Montreal Backpackers Globetrotter Hostel
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... calling home for the next 3 nights. It was awesome! It was a not so small wooden lodge with a little kitchen and bathroom. It was the first place I had a self contained living area just for me. The fridge was stocked with lots to eat and drink and the bathroom had lots of miniature toiletries for me to enjoy. These seem like simple luxuries but 1. I had been living with the bare minimum for the last 5 weeks and really likes having ...
... know my size but she has an eye and a talent. Before long I've racked up a decent bill and I happily stroll back to the waterfront swinging my bag of delights with me.
I have the perfect excuse to dress up that evening as we eat at a lovely restaurant called Boris bistro. Sitting in a court yard in the open air, candles the only lighting we enjoy what I think is the best meal of the trip so far (sorry to the cooking gang) I have Sea bass with risotto and ...
... stop of ours. All in all a wonderful end to a wonderful visit to Rome! Back to Fanny . . .
And then we landed in London! Okay, Gattwick actually.... Which is not exactly , um, picturesque , but we hopped on the train, then the tube, and before we knew it we were at London Bridge station!
We are staying with Helen, Shawn's cousin and so we dropped our bags at her place or work ( a very cool architectural firm) and ...
... Canada, the city to which it gave its name.
The hill is part of the Monteregian Hills situated between the Laurentians and ...
... nipped in the bud at the Immigration Office, where we can see where we want to go, and can see pedestrians walking where we want to go, but are told by officious officials that we must catch the Metro if we want to proceed. We find out later there are riots and student demonstrations which may be the problem. It’s no big deal to us, as we have Metro passes, so catch the Metro to the next station, then walk via the Gare Central to McGill. ...