Uqam University Residences East
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Okay I got me train back on the tracks. I got a real late start to packing sort of got going about 10 last night I think......probably forgot my helmet....and curse of curses. A tradition was broken, sadly Andy couldn't give me a ride to the airport...I get that he has a life not revolving around my needs but...he is my lucky travelling token. He has always gotten me to the airport on time. So I am hoping this does not cause chaos for me. Time ...
... anniversary, Mar Anjelica's 17th birthday, and Victor and Lupita's 18th anniversary. Air Transat ran a promotion for the Royal Decameron Complex that was too good to let pass. We have already stayed at the hotel but again many years ago and they have made several changes since. Departure: 9:00am Arrival : 2.15 pm Mx time Interesting flight, it was the first time I ...
... that I had any idea what was happening in the liturgy! Another must do is the walk up Mont Royal. This is right in the city and is a great way to get the morning exercise in on a brisk autumn morning and it will have you breathing that freezing air (-2) hard and fast. However the walk is through an oak forest and the view at the top is spectacular and it's free! Can you believe it, a city view for nothing but pumping blood. There's a chalet at the top too which tells ...
... slow or tailgating. During our drive we are getting glimpses of Lake Ontario. Big mistake deciding to overnight in Toronto. Population $2.6 million. Description - it's not Montreal. We should have stayed at some small town on the lake - that would have been cheaper, easier and prettier. Our hotel is huge and busy and not pretty. Parking cost $48. Oh what a shock after 5 stars at Montreal. I needed 2 glasses of wine to recover from the horror. I knew it would be ...
... side of the square was Montreal's first skyscraper, The New York Life Insurance Building, constructed in red sandstone in 1888. The Aldred Building next door was constructed of limestone in 1931 and was designed to reflect the famous Empire State Building in NYC. On the west side of the square was the building for Canada's first permanent bank, The Bank of Montreal. The Bank of Montreal which continues to function as a working bank to this day, was built in 1847 and was ...
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