Hotel Olympique Montreal Longueuil
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... br> I explained that I was traveling from Canada and that my passport was stolen. They let me in, and I saw I was the second person there. Before getting into the offices, we had to go through security checks, have our bags screened, and leave all our belongings in a safe.
As soon as they opened, they asked if there were any emergency cases. I immediately told them I had a stolen passport and they took care of ...
... in another city, right? The sun was again so bright, the sky such an incredible pale blue. Billows of steam were belched from the industrial buildings I ran past. Bumpy stretches of frozen, compacted snow interrupted the pavements, requiring constant vigilance over foot placement. The wind was unyieldingly vicious. I went up through the warren of streets to Parc La Fontaine, absolutely covered in snow and with the lakes frozen over, of course. It was ...
... 1984 Rust Orange Westfalia. We fell in love when we saw him and knew he would be perfect for us and I guess the old owner felt the same way because he gave us a great deal for him. So our Westy came home to us and sat waiting in my parents driveway for the Montreal summer to end and for our adventures to begin. It came faster and faster and before I knew it I was quitting my job and Chris ...
... very excited to see us and gave us all a huge hug. As soon as we left the airport the heat and humidity was overwhelming, especially since we were wearing long pants. It really added to our fatigue. The taxi air conditioning wasn't great, but it was slightly better than being outside. After a lengthy check in process where we were given a bag full of breakfast vouchers, pool entry cards, towel cards, room cards, and brochures, followed by ...
... s black board had been awful.
The content of the lecture actually makes sense to me, I remember some of the material from high school and Monsieur Simpson/Harry Potter explains it very well: 'The x is downstairs and this whole thing here is downstairs. So, when you're downstairs of downstairs, where do you get to go? Upstairs, riiiight?' That is the language I understand!
Time seems to ...
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