Hotel & Suite Place des Arts
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... most of the great outdoors while in Vancouver and I eventually did, more on that later though. I’ve mentioned this before and I will no doubt mention it again- the best thing about staying in hostels is the people you meet. Although I arrived in Vancouver alone, within a day I had met some wonderful people who became my travel companions for the trip.
While in Vancouver, I also met up with a friend who had also been studying abroad and it was ...
... you know it would have only been fleeting! We head downtown and found Chinatown...hhmmm... Couldn't help ourselves as we looked for some vietnamese pho...nothing like a hot noodle soup to warm us up! The Chinatown seemed smaller than the one in Brisbane. We pushed into the wind down by the wharf ( I thought I was going to get blown off my feet at one stage) and we find the Notre Dame Basilica. The number ...
... s black board had been awful.
The content of the lecture actually makes sense to me, I remember some of the material from high school and Monsieur Simpson/Harry Potter explains it very well: 'The x is downstairs and this whole thing here is downstairs. So, when you're downstairs of downstairs, where do you get to go? Upstairs, riiiight?' That is the language I understand!
Time seems to ...
... up at the playground or something. Surprisingly he was very happy and had no emotional changes so we figured he was probably fine to go out on another day of activities. We decided to spend the day at Olympic Park and the botanical gardens. We took the train to Olympic park and our first stop was the Montreal Biodome, a facility that allows visitors to walk through replicas of four different ecosystems found in the Americas with real live animals in each. The building ...
... try with the French, as we can only assume its nice that people give it a go, but at the same time there is an escape.
It's this bilingual phenomenon that I have found most amazing over the first day or so and it started when we were in the airport in London.
A young boy was walking with his very French mother. But he was speaking English, perfect Queens. And then all of a sudden a french word slipped in mid sentence. For example, "I would really like an Pomme, s'il ...