Le Gite Plateau Mont-Royal
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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 …
... We stopped at an Inuit art gallery and gift shop as well and looked at large stuffed animals, small soapstone carvings, lots of furry things, winter things, all things moose and bear, moccasins and small leather pouches. Beautiful, but again very pricey. We finally got to Montreal's Notre Dame Cathedral. It was a revival Gothic church patterned after the one in Paris but pared down in adornment and size. Outside was quite austere with only a few statues. Inside ...
... Really don't need much more than that. Not necessarily trying to do more with less, but rather having the right tools and team with with which to do the job.
Frites at Hurley's are also amazing. There is a reason I visited Montreal after the rest of the trip. I may not actually lose any weight on this trip.
Aside from knowing that the Palestinians are stirring things up again (and honestly, the Israeli's should be given carte blanche to clean things up), ...
... br> Another hour on and we crossed the border into Quebec. Now I didn't originally plan a trip to France but hey while i'm here I might as well drop in for a bit. The first visible thing we noticed was that the street signs changed instantly from English to French. We crossed the bridge over the river and were on the island of Montreal. Navigating to the city was easy even though we couldn't read any of the signs but we eventually found ...