Auberge de la Place Royale
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... fell asleep for most of the journey. Somehow, despite four stops for petrol, coffee etc we arrived at Avis bang on 11.30am. I still don't know how we managed it. Ben assures me he wasn't speeding too much! We checked in to the apartment we had rented for our three days in Montreal and headed to a diner that the guide book assured us did all day breakfast (something we were in dire need of.) Alas, the book was wrong. We found ourselves in a run down dinner that we suspect ...
... so Guddis waited with me there. We had some direction issues (Trish got lost!) and so we ended up meeting up with Trish back at the apartment.
We walked back along Saint Catherine and caught up with Sabrina who was leaving for Europe the next day. Then on to Newtown where we ordered some happy hour 2 for 1 vodka cranberries, yum! Neeta and the rest of the work crew turned up at about 6 after a meeting.
Trish and ...
The Plaque Reads: "A crowd has gathered, facing a light, an illumination brought about by a fire, an event, an ideology - or an ideal. The strong light casts shadows, and as the light moves toward the back and diminishes, the mood degenerates: rowdiness, disorder and violence occur, showing the fragile nature of man. Illuminiation, hope, involvement, hilarity, irritation, fear, illness, violence, murder and death - the flow ...
... that night who i had had wings with in Toronto who was passing through for business. Then I headed back to the hostel for some flaming shots with Aussie Mitchell Tod Coote, and the very negative young Aussie wine critic, the 'i hate everything australia pornstar' guy was nearby but we avoided him. That Night was Charlie's birthday, so we had cake at the hostel and a really big night with cheap jack and coke and the nice variety of local beers ending at a the lesser of ...
... with this great idea of travelling and I decided to try it once I am in Latin America.
On my last day in Montreal Jacques went with me to the bus terminal to buy the ticket. First I bought the ticket just from Montreal to New Orleans, as Mexico City was not available. The ticket cost only 177 canadian dollars and pleased with it I wanted to leave. But Jacques suggested to have a closer look on the timetables of the busses and ...
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