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... So I will quote from the voucher book like I did for Quebec. Montreal is a cosmopolitan city, it is one of Canada's largest cities, home of Expo '67 and the 1976 Summer Olympics. We traveled down streets to see St. Joseph's Oratory, the lookout at the top of Mount Royal, the old Montreal, Notre Dame Church, the Seminary of St. Sulpice and the surrounding houses and shopping area of Montreal. ...
... took a lady out. She looked terrified. So funny!
The next day was Christmas. We woke up, had some bagels then took the snowboard to the mountain to play. It was -29 degrees but fun!! There were a bunch of other families there too, with toboggans and other snow sliding devices. We played on the mountain all morning then went home to lunch of cheese and hummus and attempted to make mulled cider. We watched Die Hard in the afternoon and chilled ...
... original Pop Art items. Said to be the best and biggest collection of Pop Art in Montreal. We strolled the hotel lobby like potential guests but I suspect a room was a little out of our price range! Haha!
After this we took a photo of the Aldred Building. Built to emulate the skyscrapers of NYC it is said to have been modelled in the Empire State Building. However despite this it looks much more like the Rockefeller Centre in NYC. We went to the top ...
... with all of that – yes, I will have to say that was the most touching moment of the parade itself…and one of the moments that will remain with me forever. Vive la liberté and freedoms of speech in any environment especially in our schools for our young ones – they are benefitting from all the hard work that those who came before hand sacrificed themselves for – the fruits of their labor are finally paying off for the younger generation and ...
... who's name I never caught then generally walk about in Montreal Chinatown and back to the hostel after a couple of hours.it was 30 degrees and humid as hell so we was all happy to get into the cooler hostel and relax. I went to get some shopping in the afternoon to replace my pasta which had vanished and once I had eaten Will,Cam and myself went to a sports bar for a beer to watch the Stanley cup final which is ice hockey. It was a crazy game ...
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