Le Gite Plateau Mont-Royal
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Gite Plateau Mont-Royal Montreal
Auberge bien sympa, pas cher, du personnel tout bonnard! La terrasse est un tres bon spot...
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De retour du milieu des bois, ressourcé, j attaque la dernière ligne droite de cette aventure.
Je dois l avouer, pour la 1ère fois, j ai le mal du pays. Ma famille, mes amis, my shelter me manquent. Je vais pourtant bien profiter de ces 5 "derniers" jours d'aventure.
Montreal est une ville tres agreable (quand il fait beau). Des parcs …
Hallo aus Montréal :)
Nach fast einer Woche schaffe ich es jetzt auch einmal meinen Blog zu starten :)
Also die Reise am 15.08. war sehr stressfrei, der Abflug gen Kanada verspätete sich um eine halbe h, da der A340 Probleme mit den Bremsen hatte^^ Die Verspätung holten wir jedoch wieder ein und so war ich 8 Stunden später hier …
... longer than a minute or two. The app does not command much storage space (about 500 MB), most of which was consumed by my entries, which I'm sure you will agree have been rather long-winded. So, why did I decide to blog? First and foremost, I felt that writing a blog would be an accessible and efficient way for us to keep some of our family and friends informed about our trip as it progressed, knowing that none of those with whom we decided to ...
... back trying to find the train station and on the road, found this sweet mosque/ church thing that I took a few pictures of before realizing that the soccer had started. Arghhh! The rush began to find a pub to watch it in. But not here, I wanted to be closer to town.
I got back on the train and walked down to Saint Catherine to watch the Argentina vs Holland game which was boring for the most part until it came time for ...
... disagree about how to raise their kids, fight about money and careers, get bored with one another, grow apart, have affairs, get divorced (Pong! Dodged a bullet.)
You bear witness to everyone else’s story, dutifully bringing gifts to the weddings and baby showers and bottles of wine and episodes of Sex and the City to the breakups. Often times it feels as though life has left you hovering somewhere in between, stuck in the net.