Residences Universitaires UQAM West
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- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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... I had read that VIA Rail was strict on th size and weight of your luggage and they actually only allow 18kgs rather than the standard 23kgs used by most airlines, so I was half expecting to pay the $20 charge for luggage over 18kgs but below 23kgs, but they didn't seem too worried about for this trip at least. Wi-Fi on this train was pretty good and it also had power outlets and for once I remembered to include ...
... playing the quality and stage presence of all acts was simply amazing, they all were at the top of their game.
We ended the night going to an electro-swing gig. The crowd was definitely on board with the DJ's pumping out electronic swing with a trumpet player on stage. After the lack of sleep from the previous night I decided to call it a night at 12:30. It was a good day overall - managed to squeeze in 4-5 free music gigs before my road trip to Toronto.
... the best bars.
-Got back at 4, woke up at half 6, decided to shower while everyone was asleep and I had the chance, also after trying to keep up drinking with the others I felt destroyed.
-Switched my usual hangover walk for the Canadian equivalent, a hike up Mont Royal! Amazingly beautiful and although I'd looked at pictures of the view on the internet and thought it looked cool, in real life I literally gasped. Also there ...
... is ind the midst of a student crisis where students have been protesting the raise in tuition fees and inequalities the need for a new definition for entrepreneurship has never been more urgent.
Here is also a short Video Interview of my sister Maya and this is how she defines an entrepreneur.
... t have too long to wait until she could pay for her meter too. Finally in town, we walked to the Cathedral (Notre Dame de Montreal) and had a look inside this magnificent building with more colour than we ever seen. From there we wandered down to the docks and then back along a crowded touristy street full of souveniers and tourists. Down one end of these streets there seemed to be a reinactment of early settlers and solders all in costume and ...