Le Cafe St. Paul
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... the troops in that direction. Turns out it was the one on the map that was noted as worth seeing. It was huge, as are most of the churches in Montreal. Montreal is full of churches but I get the distinct feeling that they are mostly empty come mass time. Unfortunately the map lied to me and there was no park next to the church. Samuel was extremely unhappy but what could he do?! We walked on. Thankfully we found a park. Although I wasn't overly happy about him playing ...
Within this modern world, anything you want or you should do is often many miles away. As a result of or for the reason that possibilities the technology brings along with it, many organizations, hotels, conference rooms and others, are very far from each other and by you. For this reason, you typically need a conveyance, or even a so-called way of transportation. You are unable to just walk from a south to north inside a town, because with regards ...
... and give me a shock when they wack me in the face. We arrived at Old Montreal around noon. There is no more English. All French. Oh, if only I'd brushed up on my school French. It was beautiful - it really did look like the Paris of the movies. You know how I said that in Manhattan there were sirens all the time? Well they were mainly police cars - also I saw one that put his siren on just to get a good car space. Well in Montreal, when you hear a siren it's usually a ...
... on Canada's wall street of the 1930s, Rue St Jacques (known as St James St at the time). The first building we stopped to admire was the Guardian Trust Building built in 1902. Above the entrance you will find a helmeted woman guarding the entry. On the second floor exterior fresco you will find mermaids and lions providing a second line of defence. Further down the road we stopped at the Molson Bank Building. This building which resembles a Royal Palace more than a bank was ...
... more difficult than it would have otherwise been. I have been having nightly dreams -nightmares rather- about FC, and that hasn't made things easier. I don't know why now. I pray they go away, and soon, before they blight my entire trip.
Leaving Boston this time around was a bit more challenging, as I had two relaxing and wonderful days, the highlight being dinner at UOH. I keep forgetting how ...
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