Hotel Espresso Montreal Centre-Ville/Downtown
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... taller buildings shrouded in snow and mist and gothic in a strange, modern sort of way. Like one of those incredibly detailed, pale, scaly pictures fantasy fans are always drawing. I stare and stare. So things about Montréal. They all speak English, naturally. It does not bode well for my grand ambitions to finally 'pratique mon français' in real-time situations instead of just parroting what my MP3 french lessons say in a silly, over-the-top voice for my own amusement. Also, ...
... delivered to build some sort of memorial/statue, and then forgotten - just left laying in the middle of the woods.When we came out of the woods there was a big park with a paved area in the middle with Lady Liberty perched on top of a big lump of rock (a pretty one). The area was obviously the 'place to be' on a Sunday - there was a group of people played bongos which was amazing, and a few 'market stalls' - (blankets/tarps on the floor). Mum bought ...
... end. Above is just a sample of my experiences, albeit a rather long sample. What have I learnt from the experience? Too much to properly put into words. I learnt a bit from my classes, more from my travels and most from the people I met. I have been fortunate enough to meet people from across the world that I can now call friends and hope to stay in contact with. It is unbelievable to think how quickly my time has gone, but they do say that time flies when you’re having fun. ...
... compared to what we would have paid back home. We had great seats for less than $50 each. He was friendly, funny, totally professional and a great entertainer. The acoustics and balance was great, with the music not that loud that it left your ears ringing after the concert. A wonderful evening. Enjoy the second encore with me! We walk back to the room after 10pm in less than 4 degrees celcius not feeling the cold and feeling pretty ...
Today we travelled from Quebec to Montreal having a couple of stops along the way. On arrival, the bus dropped us off in the old part of town, and Fiona gave us a couple of hours free time for lunch, browsing and exploring. We went to a lovely restaurant on the main street and had a delicious mussel lunch.... At least 4 dozen! We all met and visited the Notre Dam Basilica. ...