Best Western Hotel St. Jerome
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... Uzbekistan. Besides, the whirlwind pace of the tour might not leave a lot of time for blogging or for uploading photos.
So I'm going old school: I'll be taking with a dead-tree notebook to scrawl down my thoughts and observations, and I'll transfer those to digital format when I get the chance.
The bottom line is, stay tuned to this blog. But don't be surprised if the posts show up on something of a delay.
... main road, next to water, looking for hidden spots to watch the race, that no one else had found yet. Yeah, we didn't find anything. Believe me, all the "hidden" spots - the good ones, anyway - have already been found, or cost money to access. Back up the slope to the bridge deck, back along the slightly more crowded bike path across Jacques-Cartier bridge and down the other side. We got honked at by a passing barge as ...
... bright and innocuous during the day had all the while this dark side, this fetishtic second nature, this kinky double life. It got me thinking about the surfaces of things: as travellers, walking down a hundred streets and having fleeting encounters with so many people, how much do we actually comprehend of the truth of the places we visit? How far do we see beyond the surfaces? I am at that stage where all the people I've met are becoming one, as though ...
... eventually we figured it out, found a parking spot, and ventured into the underground part of Montreal... And we were again, amazed at how big it was! There were tons of boutiques, big stores, pharmacies, whatever one might need! We walked quite a ways and then found a Dollaramma (basically the best dollar store on the face of the earth) and target, just across from each other. We went to both stores... And actually had to make two shopping trips as we were such a ...
... the doors to the huge Bell Centre arena. This arena is a mecca for Canadiens supporters and fits over 20,000 fans. We entered the stadium and followed the crowds up about 8 flights of stairs to our seats high up under the rafters but it didnt matter the seats were terrific anywhere inside this stadium. I sat in my seat and soaked it all in and Rox just smiled at me and laughed at how excited I was. Sooo excited!! The pregame was completed as they rolled red carpet ...