Gouverneur Relais Saint Jean
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... for the rest of the day. I caught a ride on the Funicular that goes to the top of the leaning Olympic tower, which really got the engineer inside of me excited! There were some pretty great views on the ride up and at the top, and I made sure to get pictures of Stade Saputo, which is where the soccer game I went to tonight was held. After the Funicular I walked through the Biodome habitats. On my way back to the hotel in the afternoon, I stopped ...
... journey continued, we made it on and off the Metro in
the right places.
Strolling towards Old Montreal we saw
the Basilica Notre Dame de Montreal. A super large building that
looked beautiful. We stood for a bit deciding whether to go in. The
cost wasn't huge (would've been about $25 for the family) but that
adds up fast if you do everything that comes in your path so we opted
to just look around the outside. We ...
... region of China that is home to a half-dozen minority ethnic populations, including the Uyghur.
The Chinese government is sensitive about any dissent against the One China policy, and has a recent history of crackdowns and oppressive policies against the minority populations of the region -- something it claims is in the name of preventing terrorism, but ...
... it was cool to see older European looking buildings. We walked to the University and it had a dinosaur museum which was cool to check out. Lots of young people in Montreal which was cool to see. I think Quebec City was more beautiful though. That night we had some fun with the boys and played some beer pong at the hostel ...
... before, living in a campervan and driving through Europe and Australia. We knew what we were getting into and wanted to take it a step further while holding tightly onto our wallets. This is not a vacation but a test for us, whether we can live on very little, rely on each other, be happy with nothing and work for what we want. In Europe if it was cold we got a hotel room, if we needed to shower ...