La Maison Pierre du Calvet
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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In Montreal, I had an hour between The Ocean and the next train to Toronto. I walked around the station a bit and took some pictures. I also bought some food and water, and nearly missed the train. I thought of riding my bicycle through the station but then I just ran.
... Building. On the Sunday, I ventured out to see Times Square and took a boat tour out to see the Statue of Liberty and the famous New York City skyline. On a more sombre note, I spent that afternoon visiting the 9/11 memorial. The memorial had not been completely finished when I visited, but was still a touching experience. It is hard, after all, to visit New York City without remembering in some way the events of that day. I finished my day with a walk across ...
- What -20c feels like. - That French is very hard to learn. - That Montreal is almost as big Sydney. - There are lots of ski fields around Montreal with in 1 1/2 hour away. - Children use agendas for their homework. - When it's less the -15c we don't go out for recess or lunch. - Mittens are warmer then gloves. - We get milk at school. - When you go ice skating and fall over and land on your wrist it really, really, really hurts. - You have to provide your own supplies for ...
... and it packs up small, too. I usually bring one that goes with as many of my clothes as possible.
- Netbook. I've had my little LG netbook for nearly four years now, and I take it with me on all my trips. It's small and lightweight enough that it takes up very little space in my bag, but it's far superior to an iPad or tablet in that it has a real full keyboard, runs Windows 7 with ...
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you some things that I know about malls: they are big, they smell like
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-girlfriends +language barrier. As you may be able to tell, I am leading up to