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... be something we would come to often. We highly recommend checking a game out!
The game didn't finish until after 11pm. We caught the subway back and grabbed Burger King for dinner as it was late and not much else was open. There were some weirdo's out on the street, lots of homeless. Lots of drunk people for a Tuesday night!
We got back about 12.30 and were well and truly ready for sleep!
B & L x
We had a little bit of a sleep in and we headed to old Montreal. In all of the times I have been to Montreal, I have never been to the old town or to the port, which are said to be the most beautiful parts of the city. When we got near, a beautiful little church came into view which marked the start of the old town. Around the corner, the architecture changed and every single building that I saw was more amazing than the last. It is a beautiful part of the city.
Today is the day we board our much awaited cruise on the Silver Whisper. Have just watched the Whisper berth here in Montreal around 7:30am. We are to board about 1:00pm this afternoon, much anticipation. We wandered down into Old Montreal to a cafe on the corner of Saint Jacques & Pierre, where again we met up with an Australian couple from Noosa also boarding the Whisper today. Breakfast was delicious, and afterward we walked up to Victoria Square where we found ...
... Oder am Besten geht ihr einfach selber hin :-)
In Montreal habe ich Gaby und Cara wiedergsehen und meinen momentanen Freundeskreis um zwei Englaender, hier korrekterweise Peter und Dan benannt, erweitert.
Mit den beiden habe ich fest in die Pedale getreten, Leckeres schnabuliert und einige neue Songs zu hoeren bekommen.
Wir haben mit den Maedels und deren Freundeskreis zuhause die Afterparty in eine spontane Jamsession verwandelt und ich hatte einer der ersten ...
... were to steal my purse it would suck but it wouldn't be the end of the world. Sure, bad luck can happen anywhere, but there's no sense ruining your trip because you're worried about your belongings. My main rule of thumb is simple: If I can't stand to lose it, I leave it at home.
- Buy it there. As long as I have my passport, toothbrush and access to funds, everything else is optional. If you're travelling ...