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... es et l’angoisse des années à venir. J’aurais donc dû demander à maman de me laisser quelques comprimés d’Ativan.
On a traîné au lit et dans la chambre pour l’apprécier. On a parcouru La Presse avant de descendre à la terrasse pour le petit déjeuner qui ne vaut pas le détour. Y’a des endroits beaucoup plus sympas qui proposent des menus plus élaborés à moindre coût à découvrir à Montréal.
... a brasseur (pint) of brown beer and shared a plate of snacks. So enjoyable watching people and feeling the cool air.
Filled up with gasoline today; almost 65 liters for a cost of 89$. That is about $5.20 per gallon.
Mon, Aug 13 - Today's adventure began when we stepped off the Metro and walked into China Town. It is not nearly as large as those we've seen in San Francisco, Vancouver, or New York, but it was interesting, and Nancy ...
... a distance from the bottom of the hill near the station and it looked massive! The Université de Montréal, founded in 1878, the Université de Montréal now contains 13 faculties. Together with its two affiliated schools, it represents one of North America's largest educational centres, ranking first in Québec and second in Canada for higher education and research. Its main Art Deco-style building, designed by Ernest Cormier, was completed in 1943.
... we headed back to Theresa's so that we could get organized for our early departure tomorrow morning. We went back to the market and grocery store to get some groceries for the last leg of our trip, and we also popped in a load of laundry nearby Theresa's place.
Nobody felt like cooking dinner tonight, so we all were okay with ordering some pizza. The rest of the night is pretty relaxed! We are going to watch a movie, make sure we have everything packed ...
... little scared having compared experiences of horror movies and swapped stories of how being the youngest means you’re exposed to horror movies by older siblings that really shouldn’t be seen until years later. Whilst I remember watching Stephen King’s ‘IT’ with my brothers and now being traumatised by clowns and the possibility of a chick coming out whenever cracking an egg, Sophie watched a film about a serial killer who pretended ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility