Hotel Le Crystal
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... When we first arrived the street performer had handed over his violin to a young girl whose family was passing by and insisted she join in the performance. It was lovely to see, this timid girl of just 13 performing for the world passing by and taking lessons from the seasoned artist. She was so embarrassed but gave her song everything she had and blushed at the round of applause as she finished and gave the instrument back to her impromptu teacher.
The following morning ...
Went to see the Notre dam of Montreal this morning which was quite honestly one of the most beautiful cathedrals I have ever been into ! I was a little skeptical when me said let's go in their but wow was I glad we did Went out for hike today out to the big hill, otherwise known as Mount Royal in Montreal you walk up a set of old wooden steps as you ascend the side of this hill, which covered on the ice and the minus ...
... original Pop Art items. Said to be the best and biggest collection of Pop Art in Montreal. We strolled the hotel lobby like potential guests but I suspect a room was a little out of our price range! Haha!
After this we took a photo of the Aldred Building. Built to emulate the skyscrapers of NYC it is said to have been modelled in the Empire State Building. However despite this it looks much more like the Rockefeller Centre in NYC. We went to the top ...
... Toronto, et puis au retour mon avion décollait de Montréal donc c'est là que je suis revenu. Et puis pour ce qu'il semble être la millième fois dans ma vie j'ai changé de pays.
J'ai fait le tour de mes photos prises pendant cette époque passée à Québec pour trouver les fonds de tiroirs, les photos étranges, les trucs qui sortent de l'ordinaire. Beaucoup ont été prises avec des téléphones cellulaires, la qualité ...
... confident in my ability to,
at the very least, enjoy the aesthetics of the artwork.
exhibit: abstraction. A lot of colourful lines on canvas, a lot of unknown
shapes and seemingly arbitrary titles. It was, in a word, beautiful. In a
sentence, beautiful but I'm sure I didn't get any of the meaning the artist was
trying to convey. I enjoyed the exhibit immensely, nonetheless. The second