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Travel Blogs from Montreal
... those terms I've learned from watching all those 007 flicks while riding the metro err-- underground...sounds ace, right?
I'll then be off to Switzerland for some adventures in the Alps, and most probably, a lot of Swiss chocolate indulging.
After that comes Barcelona, which I really have no clue what I'm in for. I know very little about this city, and apparently, the lifestyle there is ...
... to follow. First, a view towards the west, then the cross of Montreal, which is seen all the way to the port, which I would learn later, and illuminated at night. Then the viewpoint for a panorama of downtown Montreal all the way to the St. Lawrence River.
Descending was a whole lot faster, and once back downtown, began to look for some food for a famished person. Fortunately, the food court of Eaton Place mall opened till 9 pm.
... The underground city/malls were 'fun'. There is a map, but absolutely no-one believes it's any good. "The worst that can happen is that you find yourself outside" said the very (un)helpful person at the information desk. It's a misnomer anyway. Yes, there are a few underground malls, but in the main the 'underground' part simply provided a means to get across (under) a street rather than venture outside. A very useful idea for when Montreal hits ...
I was surprisingly alert this morning when my alarm went off at 7. Considering I didn't get back to the hotel until 12 midnight after a long WD1 in the office. We didn't really get busy until around 6pm when MMP had finished the casthouse production. Then we ran through Grande Baie and Laterriere Assessment cycles and calculated activities. A small fix in GB and no problems in LAT and it was all good!
I was looking forward to a nice shower when I ...
... all seem unburdened by the 30+ degree heat, and arrive at Le Chateau from where we are afforded a fantastic panoramic view of the city. While there I get a phone call detailing an unfolding work crisis that involves me spending the next 30 minutes bargaining hard to ensure something does not get printed that could have disastrous consequences. Drenched in sweat, dehydrated and trying hard to be discreet on the side of a mountain surrounded by tourists, it's ...
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