Residences Universitaires UQAM East
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Also als aller erschts: Ich han die beschte Lüüt vo de Wält um mich ume :) Als zweits: Ich bin guet in Montréal acho ;) Ich wett uf dem Weg nomal allne DANKE säge für d'Bsüech, die ufmunternde Wort, die herzige Gschänkli, die liebe Brief und SMS... eifach für alles es riese D-A-N-K-E!! Und jetzt mini …
Well, you guys know me by now! I never do things like most people! OK, so I have to be different.
Started the morning taking the Metro downtown to fine the tourist bureau. Nice setup here and in Quebec. You are greeted by a real live person who asked what help you need. If you have questions you are given a number and as soon as an agent is free you are helped. So my questions ...
... and enjoyed a popsicle in the park land at the top. After sipping fine French wine and soaking in the hot tub we headed out to catch a performance at the Jazz Festival, a battle of the bands, The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra and The Glenn Miller Orchestra traded the spotlight as they performed their classics. After the show ended we headed out into the rest of the festival where bands and performers littered the city streets. We dined outside while one band was finishing their act ...
... and glided back down the mountain and enjoyed a lovely walk through the adjacent Mont Royal Park which was apparently designed by the same designer as Grand Central Park in New York City. After two hours of climbing, posing for photographs and trudging through the ice and snow, the tour guide took us to Old Montreal, the old city center with remains dating back to New France. We entered a cute restaurant in which apparently one of the best poutine in town was served. ...
... and drove around to old Montreal after we picked up one of their friends from America as they all wanted to go ice skating. When we got down there, there were some really cool fireworks going on over the ice rink so we stood outside in the freezing cold to watch them. We got back in the car to warm up because we literally could not feel our toes
Alex and I ...