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... Melbourne. The Citadel was built by the British as a defence against the USA but an attack never eventuated and it now is the headquarters and barracks for the Canadian 22nd Battallion which is the only exclusively French speaking battalion in the Canadian army. Hence the reason you must visit on a guided tour as it is still a working barracks. The Citadel also has the Governor-Generals residence. The tour is about ...
... as the patrons took it in turns to start a traditional song, while virtually everyone responded in a 'chant and respond' fashion. This was still going strong an hour later when we decided to turn it in. If you want to see this in action, check my facebook where I've uploaded a video of the singing in full swing.
The following morning, the five of us (George included) went exploring the Old City (Vieux Montreal). Streets were lined with vendors selling local ...
... intensely about our stay in Montreal and especially our stay in the States. After a ten-minute conversation with the border lady we were good to go. The rest of the journey was rather flawless, besides the rain showers and heavy storm we encountered the last two hours before arriving in Boston. We entered the gates of Boston College at 10 pm, satisfied and happy to be home safe.
It was an amazing weekend with great people and many bonding moments (I would say ...
... the last few years. Kev was keen to check out where the show was taking place in town even though all the tickets were already sold out and there wasn't really any chance of attending. We were staying on St Laurent st which is what the locals call "main street" and used to be the main street back in the day. Montreal reminded us a lot of Melbourne in Australia, except instead of just a few areas like Fitzroy being 'hipster' or 'cool' neighbourhoods, most of Montreal ...
... depending on how heavy the snow fall. First the highways, bus stops, bridges, tunnels, then main streets especially downtown, then important streets, then residential areas, followed by bike paths ( yes there are people who cycle in winter!!
The side walks are sanded or graveled to ensure its safe to walk. Never put salt on cement it will eat away at it. The streets are salted or gravel led so cars can drive.
We do this over and over again.
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- Not as advertised...
- Recommended to friends
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- Una excelente ubicación y una suite encantadora.
- Trčs bon emplacement et suite ravissante
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