Quality Hotel Downtown Montreal
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... it was my positive thinking, buying the Lewis Hamilton cap, that got Lewis the pole position today. The result was cheered on by the crowd, especially the British contingent, of which there are quite a few.
After the qualifying session we watched a formula 1600 race before heading into Montreal to explore a little the city centre, which we hadn't seen yet.
Montreal loves it's festivals, Jazz festival, Biere festival, food festivals... We ...
... taller buildings shrouded in snow and mist and gothic in a strange, modern sort of way. Like one of those incredibly detailed, pale, scaly pictures fantasy fans are always drawing. I stare and stare. So things about Montréal. They all speak English, naturally. It does not bode well for my grand ambitions to finally 'pratique mon français' in real-time situations instead of just parroting what my MP3 french lessons say in a silly, over-the-top voice for my own amusement. Also, ...
... time to check out the insectarium.
At the planetarium we had two theatre stops. The first was absolutely incredible - we lay back on beanbags staring up at the 'sky', and the movie (playing across the domed ceiling) took us up from the forest we were lying in, into the sky, out of the Earth's atmosphere and spinning into space. We saw stars, planets, meteors, before escaping from the Milky Way and watching the Big Bang. Absolutely fantastic. ...
... the New York Rangers in the Eastern Conference Finals. Conveniently it was the Canadiens who ruined our chances of seeing a game in Boston, so it worked in our favour in the end... fate some may say?
The pre game entertainment was really cool with vison and digital effects being played on the ice like it was a movie screen. The atmosphere in the arena was unbelievable. It was so loud everytime the Canadiens scored. ...
... partir mais on ne voulait pas partir les mains vides, sans job intéressant. Mais là, Richard s'est trouvé un job dans son organisation, alors on part en paix et tranquille.
En fait, de dire que je pars en paix est agréable, mais pas fortuit. Vous le savez, Haïti m'a éprouvé pas mal plus que je n'aurais pu me l'imaginer, même dans le pire scénario. Contexte humanitaire difficile, pays en déconfiture, le drame du séisme, son stress post-traumatique ...