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... down and it is too cold to get out and fix it. We stayed in our warm bed and waited until morning. Seemed like a long cold night but we were warm and toasty in our covers. After we were up we tried the furnace again and magically it worked. So it is a mystery why it stopped and got things beeping in the middle of the night.
We had a breakfast of eggs, bacon and hash browns and crumpets. Yes, we found crumpets and they are cheap and yummy toasted ...
... there. I was right. That evening I spoke to loads of people, but met some absolutely wicked people from New York/Florida, that evening we then proceeded to a pub where we had a few more drinks. The thing is, most of the clubs/pubs in Montreal shut at 3am, so after hitting up every we could, we decided we would walk back to the hostel, not only did we dance around a pizza shop on route back but we also decided to jump into a fountain - which was stupidly fun! ...
... the next day. Late at night we were heading to sleep and Erin wanted to brush her teeth in the bathroom. As there was only one bathroom in the apartment she had to wait, which wasn't a problem, but it was funny that what she was waiting for was for Jo's boyfriend to finish his mobile call that he was on, in the bathroom. Must be a Canadian thing, the business center in the toilet. Seems universal for Canada though. We will have to test out our theory in Toronto.
... 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 ...
... Basilica on its southern side, accompanied by the Saint-Sulpice Seminary (the oldest extant building in Montreal). The other sides of the square are devoted to commerce; to the north is the former Bank of Montreal head office and to the west, the Aldred Building and the 1888 New York Life Building, the oldest skyscraper in Canada.
We walked along Rue Notre Dame until we came to Place d'Armes and Notre-Dame Basilica and ...