Econo Lodge Aeroport
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... will look quite nice when they finish all the construction work I'm sure.
On our way back to the hotel we walked down one of the main streets in the city called Saint Catherine's (now imagine that with a French accent). We did a spot of shopping here, before heading back to the hotel via the convenience store. By this time we were kind of hoping for a nice cooked dinner (that wasn't in the dark), but sandwiches ...
... weather is perfect, neither too cold nor too hot.
The only challenge is the language: I don't understand anything in canadian-french. So I started to watch preschool programmes on TV, but even this stupid **** is barely to understand ^^ whatever, I got three months to improve :)
... week so we discussed how we enjoyed our last few days and headed to Rish's place. Turns out his flat was amazing and located right in the middle of downtown. We caught up over a few glasses of bubbly that Rish had prepared earlier. Rox and I promptly showered and dressed as Rish was taking us to a pub in town. Turned out the pub was an Irish pub and the clientele of this establishment tends to be all of Irish descent and strangely enough all from the same ...
Today takes me back towards the Old Town along a different route, to see a new section of the downtown area. I walk along Boulevard Rene-Levesque, named after the former reporter, government minister and founder of the Parti Quebecois, the political party that advocated for a sovereign Quebec. Being our neighbor to the north, I remember the political struggles of Quebec and how there was a real effort for independence. Since Mr. Rene Levesque was one of the ...
... Eric organized and picked up so we could get Zach settled and in bed.
Chris graciously offered to stay home with Zach so Eric, Emily and I could catch up so we went out in the Plateau Mont Royal for a drink or 5. I also really needed to come down from my Jazz Fest drama. We walked down Mont Royal Street for 2 kms to go to the La Distillery bar which was recommended to me by my brother but when we arrived it was packed, too noisy and there was nowhere to sit so ...