La Tour Belvedere
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... ridiculously amazing! Food truck shows are made about this kind of food.) and headed back towards the music. After a few hours, we decided to try and find Fairmont Bagels, the home of the original bagel in Montreal. After getting lost and ridiculously side-tracked, we asked for directions. Nevin and I were ready to forgo the bagels and go back to the dorms, so we split off from Arden and Sherry, who returned to the Tam Tams. I ...
... the direct flights from Cancun to Montreal were all cancelled due to the weather back home, so I guess it's a good thing I took that route.
At that point, I checked again to see if my flight home to Montreal would really depart. It still said it was on time. Mexico City's airport is a bit poorly designed, and I had to exit the terminal and re-enter on the departures level to check in again and get my boarding pass for the second leg of my flight, but on the ...
... these memories).
During my time in Montreal, I was also able to visit Ottawa and Plattsburgh. It was great to see Ottawa as, after living in Canada for several months, it would have been rude not to make a trip to the capital city. Ottawa is the centre of federal political power in Canada and after reading about it for far too many of my political science classes, it was about time I saw the place in person. While in Ottawa, I was able to visit the ...
... so that one day I can share all of them.
Comparison to India
First of all, I have to say that my two months experience in India really has prepared me well to take on any new country or culture in the world. That is because India was such a different world where simply surviving and getting from city to city was an everyday challenge, that in contrast my trip this summer to South America was quite a breeze.
On a business ...
... Bonsecours. Ile Bonsecours follows a path to Pavillon Bonsecours, where I thought I might have a bite to eat. Rather, I turn up to the Place Jacques-Cartier, marvel at the street performers and plant myself at a sidewalk cafe for an early supper. A late afternoon French meal in view of the historic Hotel de Ville. I can't go wrong. I enjoy a delicious cut of salmon accompanied by roasted vegetables and a refreshing Quebec lager. Magnifique!