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Great food, very clean and quiet. Home-like feeling to it.
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Well, I'm all settled in my room in Montreal after a beautiful meal here at the hotel. The flight went really well; I sat next to this really nice girl who was on her way home to Vancouver. We got along well, had a few laughs, talked about our travels and then parted ways once we had arrived in Montreal. I suppose I ought to get use to these quick …
... despite nearly scoring a number of times. After the game, rather than continuing to sit awkwardly in the lounge with our reluctant host, we took ourselves off to bed.
As usual, any kind of market was top of our list, so first thing on Saturday morning we headed to Marché Jean-Talon, walking distance from the apartment. This is a large, permanent indoor marketplace with more stalls outside. The majority of stalls are fruit and veg but there were also some ...
... finding a Thai restaurant which was OK but decided against going to a blues club I had read about because , like the Basement, the main act wasn't on until 10:30 pm and I really need to wake up early to see as much as I can in the short time I have here. Managed to have a good conversation with Daisy on Skype so we could sort out what we are going to do this weekend, when we meet up with our "adopted" Canadian son, ...
... was a very hot day +28C + the humidity.
We traversed the village, there was soo much going on, it was crowded with people and a lot of street vendors and booths just like Ottawa Pride has…we perused the area and saw so many interesting and bizarre things – as in there was this one guy with *Massive* and I mean massive white high-top sneakers that were literally falling off his feet with each step he took – so I followed him for about 20 yards ...
Once we were upstairs, the pitchers were indeed $6. This seemed totally ridiculous. Also, the dress code is completely different. You can wear pretty much whatever you want. Within a few minutes we managed to lose everyone and started mingling with the locals. We started talking to two girls from Montreal.
After 30 minutes or so chatting at the bar, we were suddenly kicked out of the bar by a huge black bouncer. I had no idea what was going on at ...