Victoria's Mansion Guest House
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... quiet and peaceful pace of life that the Irish know all to well!
I'm really looking forward to some relaxation and just being with whom might be the "most friendly people" in the entire world.
I'll post pics and of course my crazy antics, so please follow along! Silante
... home, then remembered that Nuit Blanche was
on that night. So I headed down Bloor street to the shoe museum. I’ve never
been into shoes as much as the rest of my sex, so I had a mild existential
crisis going into a shoe museum-would it be really dull? How quick could I leg
it to the exit? Actually, it was really interesting, with exhibits of, as the
name suggests, loads of shoes! They even had celebrity shoes, from Elvis ...
... the scooter, so we wouldn’t have to do it today. He had a mishap while trying to load the scooter in the dark and drove the thing off the end of the carrier somehow and had it tangled hanging halfway of the thing. Dork!!! He shouldn’t be doing things like that in the dark. He got it off again with Sheree’s help and waited until this morning to assess damage and reload the thing. He broke the glass in one of the scooter mirrors, but other than that all is ...
Like many cities this one has grown in a big way in the last 50 years, sitting in the old St Lawrence Market looking out at the ever increasing skyscrapers shows the huge contrast between old and new, we tried the hop on,off bus, I wouldn't recommend this, it's ...
... costs I'm at just over half what the first night in Pittsfield, Mass cost to be in a middle of the road hotel.
Aside from the stretch through U of T on University, things were fairly vibrant for a Tuesday night. Most places were starting to shut down around 11, but people were still out and about. Whereas in Montreal, the bars picked up at 11:30. Each city has it's own rhythms, patterns and collective way of doing things. The trick is to decipher that ...