Hotel Bon Accueil
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... the reserve tire quite quickly. However, the reserve one was about half the size as the original one. That, in combination with the weather and road conditions resulted in a pretty risky situation, which forced us to cancel the husky trip and instead make sure we got back to Boston safe. Luckily we were only two blocks away from the hostel, so we headed back in order to contact the husky farm and find a mechanic in Montreal. However, most of the mechanics in Montreal ...
... area is a little bit scary, lots of drunk people, homeless people and a park area with a very strong smell of marijuana. Despite appearances the area is relatively safe (or appears so) with lots of people walking through, visiting restaurants and enjoying the warmth of the late September heat wave. We found a Thai restaurant and had a quick dinner before heading back to the hostel to chill out.
We didn't sleep very well, it was noisy out in ...
... times to no avail. Since I am in Canada and my phone is on airplane mode, it does not register online via GPS either. I find myself **** out of luck in this regard.
Nothing particularly bothers me that was lost except my pictures, but most of the good ones have been posted on this blog thankfully. Nearly everything else is recoverable. It makes travel far more difficult however, as I said before my phone ...
... and the shallow tides to
what I believe I can safely say was all our favorite exhibit: penguins. Have
you ever seen a bunch of penguins playing with each other? It's friggin'
adorable. We happened to come around feeding time, which meant playing +
wrestling for food + adorable eating. I won't bore you with the details of what
we watched, but do highly encourage some serious youtubing of “penguin
... the skaters were out.
If you want to know how creative Montrealer are.... Those orange cones used for construction, where used on the ice for adults and children learning to skate. They held on to them as they got their balance. If they fell, there was no problem they would crash into the orange cones and not get hurt!! Now that is the never ending creativity of we Montrealers!!
In Montreal when you are born....we first learn to love ice hockey ...