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... It was surrounded by chairs that had homeless people stuff on them and more broken glass, and under the equipment was sand...who knows what is in that sand. Samuel wanted to take his shoes off which I quickly yelled NO too! He had a short play on equipment that looked older than me but I really wanted to leave this place. Instead of returning to the trains station we arrived at, we walked to the next one. I was determined to give Little Italy as many chances ...
... geraak ik voor 9 dollar van de luchthaven tot in het centrum en kan ik zelfs de metro gebruiken met hetzelfde kaartje. Aan de halte Rosemont stap ik af en wandel ik naar Pierre-Olivier zijn appartement. Hij ontvangt me hartelijk en staat zijn kamer af zodat hijzelf in de zetel moet slapen. Ik voel me er ongemakkelijk door maar hij staat erop. Enkele weken geleden brak hij zijn been tijdens zijn werk voor Hydro-Québec, hij werd ...
... resemblance to that of Nelsons Column in Trafalgar Square in London. Funnily enough it turns out this is Colonne Nelson, a monument of Admiral Nelson commemorating the defeat of Napoleon at Trafalgar. Now as you can imagine this monument doesnt sit well with the devote French supporters and thus they have made many attempts to have it removed but with obviously no success. To conteract this monument they instead constructed their own statue of a French ...
... long after. I was sitting in an exit row but unfortunately not on the window seat. There were some awesome views out of the window over the fall foliage.
I watched some True Blood and had some pretzels and an OJ. It took less than an hour and we were landed in Montreal. We departed the plane and made our way through the airport to the baggage claim.
Picked up my bag and found the taxi rank. Got Speedy Gonzales the taxi driver (I really have ...
... nicely finished with towering high ceilings, classical artwork, huge dome and a black, twisted pillar altar. Certainly a good place to come to reflect on life.
Passing the gathering protest crowd at the Place du Canada park, Steffie wanted to have a look at the Bell Centre where the Monteal Canadiens play ice hockey. Not wanting to walk all the way back to the hostel, we headed for the subway where the unusual carriages ran on rubber wheels like the O-Bahn instead ...
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