Quality Hotel Downtown Montreal
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... 8230;so a hot bath and glad rags before our booked Portuguese restaurant reservation… majoring in seafood!!! Our room is lovely and very sizable but curiously the bath products all smell of linctus, as though one should be rubbing them on one’s chest for a bad cough!!
Bonsoir .........a la prochaine. (no accents on this compute!)
Ah, the best laid plans of mice and men... so easily blown awry by matters out of our hands. It's been a ridiculously busy day, pumping out press releases, dealing with pop stars and chatting with journalists, but like a whirlwind I get it all done and fly from the office almost on time to jump on the Heathrow Express and check in at Terminal 5 for my flight to Montreal, bang on time at 4pm. Despite a workload that could dwarf the Himalayas I've remained true to ...
... I found out after that I saw the quickest hat-trick ever scored in the NHL. Good times. After the game can you guess where I went yup the pub and this time I had two aussies and two canadians so the pommie bashing doubled, but I more then held my own.
On Sat went up Mount Royal; was a hill rather than a mountain despite what the locals say. You do get a great view of the city from the top though and this was the hill ...
... walk took us past the Croix du Mont Royal, which was first placed by the founder of the city, and the wooden version was replaced in 1924 by an illuminated cross which you can see from almost anywhere in the city. We then walked down through the woods and back to the Chalet, where I'd been the weekend before.
The view was incredible,as promised, and somehow just gave us a lot of energy and we had a really fun time, just stood there, looking at the ...
Last night, I joined a whole host of guys from my hostel, and we hit the town. I'll admit, I was not greatly in need of yet more dancing. But we went to a 70s club, and it was - indeed - ridiculous fun. More fun, because we got lost and wandered aimlessly on the way back. Super-fun, because they played such classic hits as Aha's 'Take on Me'. Which seems totally unreal in the 'cool' city of Montreal, but which allowed me to strut in the most literal sense of the ...
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