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... airport but the relaxed feel of a much smaller airport.
The lower floor departures lounge is a relaxing area with table lamps and free computer use. Food and drinks are complementary ranging from bottled water and pop, tea and coffee, peanuts and cookies. No this is not a business class lounge but free for everybody in economy ...
... out decor. The free tour gave a lovely brief history with the guide pointing out some of the dramatic colouring, the organ, the pulpit etc, all with their own stories. She showed us into the chapel which is more modern in places (where the chapel had been burnt to the ground in an arson attack) but still holds much of it's original charm through carefully carved beams and sculptures and a much lighter feel. Wonderful place. The photos attached should give some perspective.
... 1868. I can tell you all about
it. It was a fascinating exhibit, if not very Canadian.
brought around the half-hourly video of the founding of Montreal that was, to
say it nicely, cheesy. To say it honestly, it would be more along the lines of
“extremely nationalist, overly and emphatically patriotic, and at least
somewhat racist.” It began where you might expect: the fur trade. The French
... are being held, this time starting in the entrance to Basin Louise, but heading
out onto the actual river, which has grounded ice on either side, but is
fast-flowing out in the middle, with large patches of very rough and jumbled
ice, and patches of open water.
Ice canoeing started as a gruelling, dangerous, necessary
means of transportation to cross the frozen Saint Lawrence River during the
winter. Legend has it that the racing began as ...
... on stage. Naturally, he reappears, in a studded top hat, for a brilliant finale of his biggest anthem, 'School's Out', which morphs into 'Another Brick In The Wall pt 2', complete with explosions, balloons and streamers, sending the by-now capacity crowd crazy. There's not many bands in the world who could follow that, let alone willingly invite them to be the support slot. But then there's not many bands in the world like Maiden. Paul and I take our places at the ...