Travel Blogs from Montreal
... neighborhood establishment. Wonderful little place with all kinds of charm. Could well be Cheers in Montreal. Very tasty fish and chips. No one does frites like they do in Montreal. And better conversation along with a proper understanding of what makes Montreal the city that it is.
Getting south into the neighborhoods, things calm down. Still three stories everywhere, but on a more relaxed pace.
Walked from there further south and a little east. Ended ...
... about having a visa for Dubai so I felt the need to find wifi to do research (that I had already done but had to double-check....I had images in my head of being taken to the side at the Dubai being questioned by authorities as to why I was there and who was my sponsor etc etc). Anyways, Canada was added back to the list of not needing a visa before entering the country in May 2013 in case anyone was planning on going ;) I made it through passport control ...
... want to go ice skating so we went and sat in a bar and ordered beers and soup, and chilled out till they were done skating. Afterwards we went and chilled out at their friends place where Alex and I decided to go drink at the hostel bar. We hung out with a big group of French Canadians that we met and we bonded over laughing at each other's funny accents then went to ...
... carpark catch the hotel shuttle to the Botanical Gardens and park then the metro and pick us up at the end of the day. I said thank you but we were going to our next accommodations to check in.
Richard borrowed a hotel luggage trolley from Reception we loaded everything on packed the car and went down the road (Rue Viau) to our “Bachelor's Pad”. It may have been raining but it is bloody cold outside and the wind goes ...
... br> where there is an outdoor skating rink and some cross-country ski trails.
Started out quite warm (around 0 degrees C today) but by 4pm starts to get
chilly, and all our gear goes back on.
Back home, run into Adam just setting off to walk to
kindy, but all end up doing the pick-up in the car.
Have dinner at home, then start watching the first season