McGill New Residence Hall
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... for Linda and Angie! Amazing how young they both look!
Wednesday arrives quickly and we begin our preparation for our trip to Barcelona. I apparently have too many secret pockets and spend a couple of anxious moments in the airport locating my passport....wow, we are off to a good start!
Breaking up our flight to Barcelona turns out to be a mixed blessing. With only a six hour flight ...
Lazy start to the day combining breakfast and lunch so off to the Peel Pub to watch the Canadian make it into the Wimbledon final. Tried the local delicacy Poutine Quebecoise , homemade fries with cheese curds and gravy , despite the description which sounds yuck they are really good!!! Went on a double decker bus tour, two hours all around Montreal weather wasn't kind and half way round the heavens opened, not so great on ...
... nights’ dinner. There was a lot of meat involved in each sandwich, something the dogs of the hostel definitely noticed as soon as we walked up the path. The meat was the stuff of every good carnivore’s dream – and vastly outweighed the bread with a ratio of 3:1 meat and a perfect light slather of mustard. A superb supper, only slightly disrupted by the dogs scratching and whining at the door ( clearly as good carnivores we ignored them completely). ...
... sits the Bank of Montreal founded in 1817 the oldest operating banking institution in Canada. Another beautiful building but my photo was blurred in a hurry when you are trying to listen to Catherine and take videos and photos.
On the other side is a red brick building the first high rise with a lift and the stone came from England all the other buildings are built from the limestone of the area. We walked down Rue Saint-Jacques which was once the ...
... part of slaves heritage. We got to meet with several filmmakers in the city as well who explained to us how the artistic community is flourishing there.
Argentina is in my opinion a country with great people but a terrible government. Buenos Aires, where we spent most of our time is a very touristic and pretty city with the likes of Paris. The subway system is also very well organized and a lot of people actually ...