Travel Blogs from Montreal
... br> On the bus tour I called up and bought tickets for Chris and his mum to see Lyle Lovett and Chris Isaak at the Jazz festival. They went at about 7pm and I stayed home and hung out with Zach which was lovely actually. He was out by 8pm so I worked on the blog the rest of the night. Jane and Chris came home beaming around midnight. They loved the concert and said it might be one of the best they have ever seen. Apparently both acts played for over 2 hours and Chris Isaak did ...
... br> Just Like a Pill
U + Ur Hand
Leave Me Alone
Just Give Me A Reason
Are We All We Are
How Come You're Not Here
Most Girls - There You Go - You Make Me Sick
Slut Like You
Blow Me One Last Kiss
... Time zone changes: 5
Number of Sim cards: 3
Number of types of plugs: 3
Number of major religions visited: 5
Orthodox, Sikh, Hindu, Muslim, Jewish
Cost of hotels, train tickets and airfare (not including India which was peanuts) : $2300 Montreal to Paris was on airmiles.
Regrets: not enough sleep
very cold and still in the Northern hemisphere!
should have brought winter ...
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Montreal and in general the Qubec province are special places for me to visit. I have lived in Quebec city from 1994 to 2002 and in Montreal from 2002 ...
... of stops, and walk back to Ave Severn, where we found the passes lying on the porch, where we dropped them while getting into our winter gear.
Back on the 24 bus north on Ave Sherbrooke, we plot a course which involves a change in buses, which we mastermind and end up on a bus which takes a wide circuit, but deposits us across the road from the Botanic Gardens, and diagonally across from the Olympic Stadium.
We decide to lash ...