Montreal Backpackers Globetrotter Hostel
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... English. There are tours in French too. The docent provided us with much information. It is a Neo-gothic construction. The wood was hand carved. The gold is real. It took 35 months to build. The contractor, James O'Donnell, is the only person interred in the church. In 1830 a person rented seating space for $60 per year. There are 7000 pipes in the pipe organ which took 5 years to build. The stained glass ...
... These turn out to involve LOTS of
learning, and spend last couple of weeks before we leave trying to get up to
speed. At this stage wouldn’t recommend
Windows 8 to anyone!We’ve booked a United Airlines flight Sydney/Los Angeles
return for $1148 each,
and also a Star
Alliance North America airpass flying
-Boston/Chicago/Edmonton/Yellowknife/Ca lgary/New York for $1462 each
... ninety-four pounds of home to bring with me. Thanks to my parents and the good people at Magic-Seel Vaccum Bags INC. I managed to keep it to just under eighty-six pounds and fit everything into three bags...celebrate the little victories. The most important things I take with me, though, weren't stuffed into bags. The memories that my friends and family have given me strengthen me and embolden me to attempt adventures like the one ...
... long announcement in French – then in English they said that the store would be closing in a few and to get out!!! A Wal-Mart that closes at 9? That is crazy. But this is Quebec. Then We went to the McDonalds to have a little food and get some WiFi – however, their WiFi was mostly down so that did not work out so well. So we ended up not getting much and came back after our little excursion.
July 14 – Montreal
For our third and final full day ...
... There were also lots of grooves on the ice which kept taking my skates.
They got everyone off the ice before our lesson, and then they sent out a big machine which smoothed out the ice with water or something wet. Then they let us loose back on the ice, and it was much nicer to skate on, very smooth, and maybe even too slippery!
Back into our groups and our first task was to learn how to stop, by sliding one or both ...