Quality Hotel Downtown Montreal
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... down his offer to bring breakfast in bed he packed us off with 3 dinner plate sized tupperware tubs of all kinds of breakfast. He waved us off with whistful ' write to me some time....' I’m pretty doubtful we will, at least not with this link.
The Om is definitely not going to be the worst hostel we stay in, we know there will be dirtier, less safe, more miserable hostels, I'm a bit intrigued to find out if we can find one more chaotic ...
... in my whole life! I quickly emailed Jen to let her know I was on my way, I hadn't any new news to give her before I found out if I was getting to Winnipeg that day, and also emailed her daughter back, as Jen had asked Danna to contact me since she was at work, and Danna was still on Uni holidays. I just hoped that one of those messages got through, because I'd have to wait until I got to Winnipeg before I could call to let her know I'd arrived. I'd now gotten on two ...
One of the things I'm enjoying most about this trip is being able to change my plans at a moment's notice and take any opportunities that come along. One of these opportunities is a completely crazy scavenger hunt called Impossible Montreal!
An annual event organised by an improv comedy group, this year there are 12 teams competing with a maximum of 12 members in each team. The Hunny Badgers, the Dirty Moustaches ...
... Montreal missed a few so the Buffalo side got the win. It was a terrically enjoyable experience for us so we thanked Rish a lot for organising this for us. It was awesome!! Rox even bought herself an awesome Montreal beanie with blue, white and red pom pom on top. Following our awesome hockey experience we all felt like going out for a bit longer but not drinking so Rish suggested a visit for some pie and a coffee. We said it sounded awesome so Rish drove us out to ...
First impressions are everything, but must be shaken. Recently I entered Ottawa via the Ottawa River bike path. With parliament in the distance, the city welcomed me with its beautiful riverside art, architecture and climate. The same was the case with Minneapolis, the last metropolitan area I visited. I came in along the Mississippi through rows of summer homes and parks, and crossed the river via a beautiful drawbridge. Montreal welcomed me by doing its best to spit in ...