Uqam University Residences East
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... could go and have a fine three course meal with a group of friends. There is live jazz at the cafe on a regular basis a well. Even in the dead of winter at 4pm, it was humming with people having meals or stopping in for a drink.
We left the bistro after eating and continued on again along Rue Saint Paul. The streets were even busier by then and drivers along the street had to inch along to avoid hitting anyone. As we moved noth the ...
... but you can sink your feet into the sand or sun bake under one of the colourful umbrellas facing the Marina. We were surprised to learn that part of the river freezes in winter and is used as a ice skating rink.
It was quite a warm day so we decided we should stop at Jardin Nelson, in place Jacques-Cartier for some refreshments. Very cute restaurant/bar.
By this point it was time to go back to the hotel to collect David's luggage ...
... area with sand and a lake. Apparently it was on this island. I saw some signs that pointed the way so off we went. We walked for a very long time. We were actually walking on the Formula 1 circuit, which was fun for about three minutes. We appeared to be the only people walking. Soon a golf buggy with an information person pulled over to ask if we were lost! I asked where the beach was and she assured me it was only another ten minutes up the ...
... generally made me feel completely at home. I also met up with a very special group of people who will feature in a later post...for now I will just call them the "Surfing Foufs" - all will become clear later ;)
I also took the chance to take in a hockey game! Through couchsurfing I found a partner in crime - Sara from Barcelona! I bought the tickets through an official online resale site for season ticket holders having lost my nerve at ...
... their recording of "give peace a chance" while in bed. McGill University has a huge number of students (50000+) and consequently a huge number of buildings some of which are the oldest in the city. A trip to the top of Mont Royal is essential for the views across the city and also to pass the enormous cemetery of Montreal. Our friend Paul kindly picked us up from our cruise ship and took us up there so we had more time to see the view than from the bus.The ...
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