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... de quelques centaines de yuans pour nos petites dépenses...
Le yuan (prononcer "uhanne") ou renminbi (RMB) est la devise nationale de la Chine à l'exception de Hong Kong et de Macao qui ont leur devise propre. Le yuan, avec la photo de Mao Zedong (on peut dire aussi Tsé-toung) est émis par la Banque populaire de Chine, l'autorité monétaire.
Un yuan se divise en 10 mao (jiao) et 100 fen. ...
proper) at 233 m (764 ft), Colline d'Outremont (or Mount Murray, in the
borough of Outremont) at 211 m (692 ft), ...
... it being this cold. We're in May for goodness-sake. Good thing I brought my fleece lined ski jacket on this trip. I think it's just us who are not used to the cold because we saw people walking around in shorts on the streets. Clearly no eskimo-blood in us warm-blooded Malaysians.
Stuff to recommend: Hotel St-Denis, dessert at Juliette et Chocolat, gambling at Casino de Montreal
After getting our minds warped a little bit, we decided to come back down to earth and hit the mall! But this was no ordinary mall. This was the underground city of Montreal. There are several large subterranean shopping malls that are interconnected by several tunnels which also are connected to many subway stations. Apparently Montrealers go here to shop during the winter when it snows. But the malls were massive and ...
... inevitably we didn’t get up until after nine-thirty, woken by the warmth that had abated all night but suddenly back with a vengeance.
Camille delighted in using my hairdryer after a month without, which took me back to my previous travelling experiences where I too suffered without the luxury of the powerful dryer that blasts away damp hair and keeps the drowned rat look at bay. The powerful blasts couldn’t keep away the wet hair caused ...
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- Free parking