Hotel du Manoir Saint Denis
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... pair of trousers, and we all managed a couple of free cokes from the guys manning a kiosk. We wandered around, checking out the wares, and taking in the atmosphere, before heading off in the direction of Chinatown. On the way to Chinatown we got caught up in a protest about the Gaza/Palestine situation. Hundreds of people with banners, flags, megaphones, all yelling out "Viva viva Palestine! Viva Viva Gaza!"
Chinatown was small. At least, ...
... concerts are held at 6pm daily. If any of you ever find yourself staying at HI Hostel in DC, I would recommend taking the tour that is run by a lovely tour guide who really makes the evening memorable. Overall, my week in DC lived up to my expectations and I was able to enjoy all the sights. I’m already planning a return in 2016 for the election.
And there you have it. After nearly a year abroad studying and travelling in North America, it has come ...
... either tell you if they
think you haven't given enough or will just take what they think they
deserve out of your change. In their defense though, Aussies are notoriously bad tippers.
We went for a day drive on Ile de Orleans
which was full of local produce and little farms. Fromagery is the
french word for cheese factory and we made sure we stopped there for a
sample, although it was good cheese I still think we have ...
... and a cool place to rest. I move on fairly quickly however, as I could practically hear my Catholic ancestors protesting, lest I stay too long!
I follow Rue Sainte-Catherine to the fabulous at Place des Artes, an enormous open air complex which includes an esplanade ampitheatre, the Contemporary Art Museum, the Montreal Symphony and a pedestrian only area bordered by numerous restaurants teeming with patrons appreciating the summer ...
... was really beautiful and fun except for two things. One I dropped my camera and phone out of the small rental bike pouch at the front of the bike and they smashed onto the road as I was riding and I even rode over part of the SLR camera. Both needed to be replaced. Second was we got lost coming back and ended up doing an extra 10 kms into some seedy industrial area and had to turn around twice and we were both tired by that stage.
Once we dropped the bikes back ...