Hotel Espresso Montreal Centre-Ville/Downtown
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- Airport Transportation
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... is no room left to built on top so they go under it is so they can still operate in the cold weather. They freeze over from about November to April. Went into the church where Celine Dion got married. Also saw where the F1 race in June. We are close to the hotel where John Lennon held his love in with Yoko.
the number one industry here is Aviation, 40,000 people are employed in that area, number 2 is education, they have ...
... However we didn’t actually dock in Montreal till 8am so it was around 8.30 before we got off . But it was beautifully painless and we hopped in a taxi and got to our hotel. We were able to check in and leave our luggage but it was going to be at least afternoon before our room was ready. This was no big deal as I had packed all our gear and dressed accordingly so we just set off to explore the city.
Mark had organized Ho Ho tickets for us so we ...
The quest to start the cruise was not an easy one. The drive from Tucson to Phoenix was in the dark and off-and-on rain. Once we arrived at the off-site parking and boarded the shuttle, we thought the worst was behind us. We arrived at our Delta gate at Sky Harbor with 2+ hours to wait. Our dreams of having room to spread out were dashed by the announcement that it would be a full flight. Lee got a little more sleep than I did. My total sleep for the night was 23 minutes ...
... just for laughs was still going for another few days and I had bought us tickets to see Wil Andersons show, Wiluminati.
At the start of the show he singled out Courtney for looking young and was talking to her the whole show. He asked how old she was, her name, where she was from and proceded to make fun of her, telling her the shoes that he was wearing were older than her. He reminded her of the troubles of the ...
... took Gary and I to walk the track and finish our 54th beer a few years ago. Best post race activity ever, a cool swim in Min's pool in Hudson at the end of a sunny 28 degree day.
One thing you realize when you see cars from the 70s juxtaposed with 1.6 litre V6s turbo charged with energy recovery batteries and fuel flow restrictions is that change is pretty much inevitable. Even the track side music was from this century and some of it was pretty good! ...