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... that I had any idea what was happening in the liturgy! Another must do is the walk up Mont Royal. This is right in the city and is a great way to get the morning exercise in on a brisk autumn morning and it will have you breathing that freezing air (-2) hard and fast. However the walk is through an oak forest and the view at the top is spectacular and it's free! Can you believe it, a city view for nothing but pumping blood. There's a chalet at the top too which tells ...
... the prof is a funny guy and the class is more focused on the economics part than on the actual math part. Well, well, we shall see.
Equipped with a steaming hot coffee and two university campus newspapers I am readily taking my seat in the third row of the classroom.
'The Greeks had slaves, we have computers for this, riiiight?'
Already the first statement I hear from the tall, ...
... occupying the tourists. After a rest in the shade and watching the crowds line dance to Micheal Jackson we headed back across the old cobble stone streets.
My guts had been rumbling and I couldn't wait to get back to the room for an emergency evac. I had 'the brown rain' 4 times that night.
We recuperated in the room for a while then went back out for a snack for dinner. The Quartier Des Spectacles was packed with people and a ...
... the Old Port Zach slipped in the Metro train station while waiting for me to sort out my Metro card; because go through the turnstiles with Zach who didn’t have a Metro card often meant we ran out of time to go through ourselves; and hit his head on the hard ground got a huge egg on his forehead. Concerned for our poor little man we then abandoned all plans going forward to celebrate Canada day and watch the fireworks and stayed home to watch Zach for the next few ...
... the lookout and visitors were taking a rest. I took a long rest there and went back to my hostel.
Actually, I visited Montreal three times in total. To tell the truth, I was not interested in this modern city, but because it was on my way to Quebec, I stopped over at Montreal. Of course, when I came back from Quebec, I dropped by Montreal, but that time, I didn't stay overnight. I arrived at Montreal at four in the afternoon and visited Notre-Dame ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuartier Latin Hotel Montreal
O hotel fica em plena St. Denis, no meio da balada noturna da estudantada. Localização razoável, barato, limpo, bem atendido. Quarto pequeno e café sofrível.
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