Hotel l'Abri du Voyageur
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In order to soothe my inner foodie, I stopped at Schwartz’s deli on the way home. Schwartz’s is known for their smoked corned beef. When we walked past the deli on the previous Sunday, there was a line of at least 20 people hanging out the door, so I was expecting great things. My sandwich was amazing, and worth all the hype.
While I was ordering my sandwich, it hailed outside for a few minutes. This was not a comforting sight, as ...
Even if I'm writing in at my hostel in Sydney, let’s go back in time: Montreal, January 26th!
I remember that even after I passed the airport security, I was able to see by mother and grandfather waving their hands in the air, saying goodbye. I also remember going to toilets a lot of times, more than usual in fact. A mix of stress and too much water drinking… maybe! And I wasn’t in the plane yet!
Let’s now skip most of my ...
... and some not opening their doors till 11 - as a retailer mŷself, forced to work many Saturdays opening at 9 I envied them quite a lot! In most shops we were greeted with a very cheery "bonjour" to which Joe replied the same, although he must have a more convincing French accent than I'd given him credit for as they all then launched into a tirade of French gibberish to which we had to confess to being English! We ...
... we went along the walking trails, we enjoyed the scenery and spied squirrels going about their business. Their cuteness hasn't worn off on me yet. As we were heading up the hill...all I could think of was that I didn't need the gym yet! My clothes still fit and my recovery rate was acceptable...lol! The panoramic views were worth the walk up the mountain. Apparently, in 1954, many trees were cut down to try to “discourage immorality” in the underbrush, which is why ...
... and it packs up small, too. I usually bring one that goes with as many of my clothes as possible.
- Netbook. I've had my little LG netbook for nearly four years now, and I take it with me on all my trips. It's small and lightweight enough that it takes up very little space in my bag, but it's far superior to an iPad or tablet in that it has a real full keyboard, runs Windows 7 with ...