Auberge Le Pomerol
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... here in Montreal that wouldn't actually be too much of a problem). 不要说中文 ;! The number of times I have replied to poor shop assistants and waiters in Chinese is actually getting a bit embarrassing. Although thankfully it is getting better. I am starting to remember that I should say merci rather than 谢谢.
Montreal is a beautiful city. I haven't taken too many photos, because it's not necessarily things that come ...
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5. mmm…6. It’s a storm! (what’s going on?)
7. Song #43
9. Cold night
10. We’re all gonna blow away
1. Ballad of Sherri
3. Cry Wolf
4. Across the Atlantic
5. I’ve got your back6. Hundred dollar bills
7. Biggest mistake
8. I’ve got sorrow
9. Crow’s Lament
10. Goodbye ...
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... to ensure there was wine - affirmative - ok to proceed. There was still no English. At all. There were bagels and wraps on display - one was salmon (that's me sorted), one was canard - I knew that meant duck. There were 3 poulet - I knew that was chicken. We were going to be ok. Glen was looking worried - I'm not sure he was convinced I knew what I was talking about. We lined up. When it was our turn we asked the attendant if he spoke English - he said yes but there was ...
... art which adds further exuberence to the square. Around the fringes of the square street artists and musicians entertain the crowds and provide auditory delight to this fun community space. As you walk up the square you notice tiny alley like streets extending away from the square including one such alley which is filled with venders selling artworks known as artist alley. At the top of the square there is a noticeable column with a man perched on top of it. The column strikes ...