Hotel Bon Accueil
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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 ...
... Ones Alive
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 ...
... showered in the empty dorm before heading out to see Montreal. I was informed I needed to try poutine in Montreal (it is available all over Canada but it is meant to be specifically Quebecoise) so I googled a place called 'Montreal Poutine' and charted my course there on foot. It may have been the touristiest of the touristy places, but it did conveniently lead me to where I should be sight-seeing: old Montreal. I enjoyed my poutine with smoked meat, also apparently a Montreal ...