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... pronunciation) s'il vous plait.
Barista: Un quoi?
Me: A cappuccino?
Barista: (clearly thinking I'm nuts at this point, and also changing to perfect English to help me out) Oh a cappuccino! What size would you like?
Here there was some more coffee ordering bits that took place in English so I won't bother writing it blow-by-blow.
Barista: If that's all your total is $x.xx
Me: 谢谢, merci, um thanks.
Wish me ...
... at one of the vibrant, bustling markets for which Montreal is known. Flowers, fruit and vegetable markets, all manner of crafts and artisans' wares, cheeses, wines, sausages, breads – nearly anything produced on the land can be purchased in these markets. Local restaurants usually flank the markets – with nary a Starbucks or McDonalds outlet to be found.
The canal-side trail has parallel tracks for bike and pedestrians for most of its 8 ...
Alarm at 5.30. It is 1 degree C (outside - not in the room). Yesterday during my wanderings I noticed a Kiehl's skin care shop. Not sure if you've heard of this but I've read about it several times. Most recently on a blog where their pimple zapper product was being talked about as amazing. It's called Kiel's Blue Herbal Spot Treatment. So I went in and it was all "bonjour bonjour" and the girls were in white coats like they were pharmacists or doctors - you know, to ...
... up in a place that called itself a pub but was actually a very atmospheric and beautiful French place. Oh why oh why didn't I change into a dress!! The menu contained snails, foir gras - French fare. The waitresses were young and beautiful wearing tiny black dresses and heels. They were also very nice and there was no sneering. One of them kept resting her butt on Glen's shoulder. Even so, he only tipped 15%. I had a 3 course meal for $29. Salad, Salmon and ...
... on Canada's wall street of the 1930s, Rue St Jacques (known as St James St at the time). The first building we stopped to admire was the Guardian Trust Building built in 1902. Above the entrance you will find a helmeted woman guarding the entry. On the second floor exterior fresco you will find mermaids and lions providing a second line of defence. Further down the road we stopped at the Molson Bank Building. This building which resembles a Royal Palace more than a bank was ...