A-1 Apt Centre-ville
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... Royal, the triple peaked hill in the heart of the city.
Like New York, Montreal is an island. The Saint Lawrence and Ottawa River converge here. French is the city's official language although many people speak both French and English. Most signage us in French but most menus in restaurants are written in both French and English.
We walked to Old Montreal which is the oldest area in the city. There are many historic buildings ...
... when I was looking in a store. He hid behind rows of clothes pretending to be a squirrel. Most of the time I knew where he was, but there was one moment when I thought I had lost him! We found the fountain that is said to be the meeting place that connects five malls together. It was not as impressive as the books make it out to be. Yes it was an indoor water fountain, but even Penrith Westfield has one of those! It did entertain the children for about ten minutes though so ...
English version below!
Dinsdagochtend half 3, de wekker gaat af en ik weet dat er vandaag iets heel onaangenaams gaat gebeuren. Alles staat mooi ingepakt klaar maar ben ik wel voorbereid op wat er gaat komen? Geen tijd meer om daar over na te denken. Alweer afscheid nemen van mama en papa maar ik weet dat ik hen weer snel ga terug zien. Een lange rit naar CDG airport in Parijs terwijl de achterbank rustig slaapt, of blijft ...
... name as well as its design from its more famous cousin, The Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. The Basilique was commissioned to be designed by architect and protestant James O'Donnell from New York City with the intention to be the largest church north of Mexico. The Basilica was completed in a gothic revival style and was opened in 1829 with the ability to hold 3200 worshippers at one time. The Basilica houses a large collection of finely crafted artworks including vibrant ...
... to go to tourist info to find out about buses to get me to the auberges where I'll be working, but turns out I'll be better off going to the bus station for that. Got some useful info on Montréal events, and carsharing might be cheaper so will explore that option. Met up with Chaumeil, one of the French girls, and we walked down to the old town. More people there than when I ran, and there's a real character. Walked along the port and found the tradtional ...
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