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... out the Jewish community that still has a strong presence here. They show us how some of the older homes are being refurnished bumping up property prices. We try some freshly baked Montreal bagels, they are a little less dense than NYC bagels and taste great right out of the oven. We are aiming to leave Montreal early tomorrow as the drive to our next stop will be long so we grab an early dinner. The guys take us to a local pub where the menu is cheap and cheerful ...
... He launched into a pretty incomprehensible story about who had and who hadn't let him down before depositing us in the communal lounge for 20 mins whilst he floated off to do something with our card.( Strangely he could float and appear troll like at the same time) .
In the lounge room there was hot coffee fruit and cereal and plenty of it so we were optimistic about breakfast. There were two clean bathrooms to be shared, one which held a sink ...
... I called Fairmont as soon as I could get to a phone. I'd tried calling Air Canada to let them know that I wouldn't be needing their Thursday flight, but the call wouldn't even get into a queue, such was the volume of people desperately trying to contact them. Hopefully someone else who really needed that flight managed to get it. When I got to the baggage carousel, Jen was already there! She'd taken my suitcase and carryon bag with her to work that day, and just come to ...
... again French quinine dinner in the hotel, I really think it was the most delicious meal I have ever had, flavours were amazing. I was not aware that the French n fluency is so great in Montreal, it is the number one spoken language ,the feel of the place is very French, I quite like it, hard to understand but most people speak fluent English as well. Off to bed not too late looking forward to a full nights sleep without the noise of the stabilisers on the ...
... since I was a little girl. My friend just moved there with her family so I would be visiting her as well as attending a jewellery workshop on silver filigree. I’m very curious to see the fusion of both Sicilian and Palestinian culture on this island which could be very enchanting…or very chaotic! But having been to both Sicily and Palestine, I have a good feeling about Malta. ...
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