Residence Inn Montreal Downtown
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Montreal was our next stop in Canada. It is described as a city with a captivating blend of old and new and is unique in North America as it is predominantly French speaking. Our arrival did not go smoothly as our host failed to give us the full address we therefore ended up on the wrong side of the city with a malfunctioning sat nav. After a stressful thirty minutes we finally found the house that we were staying ...
In this blog, I will try to document our professional business strip to China. NOVA has been hosting quite a few International students, and this trip was meant to to secure and consolidate the work we have done for the last few years.
The group consists of:
- Harry Michalopoulos, English Montreal School Board
- Jean Bouchard, New Frontiers School Board
- Cosmo Della Rocca, English Montreal School Board
- Cindy ...
... it on time to the Greenfield Park Ward. We walked in with a young couple who noticed our license plates. The young woman had just recently been attending Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff before she got married to a French Canadian man and moved to Montreal. She still has family in Phoenix.
We thought we would be having our service in French but were pleasantly surprised when we were told, that of all the meetings in Montreal there are only ...
... that looked like a double bass, and a guy who played the wooden spoons. Got that? All the while, everyone else in the bar was encouraged to join in, and provide the percussion by tapping their feet rhymically. I say everyone, but I would probably be excluded by the word 'rhymically'. After an hour or so, the instruments packed away. I thought this signalled the end of the night, however I was keenly told that "the best part of the night was just about to start". Intrigued, ...
... then we were back out in the snow and walked to the train. Our waterproof hiking boots are not surviving too well in the snow and the ridiculous amount of salt everyone covers the ground with. Some repairs are needed when we get back to warmer weather.
That evening we went for a walk and got tickets to cirque de soleil. We had some time before the show so we went to a little pub and tried some poutine for dinner. One each was tough. Hot chips, ...