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... Foosball'. Both initially sounded a bit lame, but I chose the Quebec music bar and was accompanied by a Californian girl, and a French Canadian guy who we had met that evening.
It was a strange experience, if truth be told. The bar was up a steep and narrow staircase which opened up to an area with stools and tables crammed in, with a makeshift stage in one corner where the musicians were. The band featured a fiddle, an instrument that looked like a mandolin, a ...
... get to know each other when you are stuck in a car for 8 hours and when your car breaks down in a snowstorm). Montreal is a wonderful city and very different from the ones I have seen so far. It seems to be more European, with less skyscrapers and billboards than New York and Boston and more cosy bars that reminded me of Quartier Latin. We explored nightlife as well as day life and even though it was a short visit, we experienced quite a few adventures and made great memories! ...
... his songs were in French and I personally enjoy music more when I understand the lyrics.
On Sunday we decided to enjoy some more live music so after about 40 minutes we made it to the Mont Royal Park and Tam Tam Sunday. An area on the edge of the park is taken over every Sunday afternoon, from Spring until Autumn, by large groups of drum players who play for hours whilst some dance, some watch and some smoke a lot of marijuana! We had a small ...
I have to write about the biggest mission of our adventure so far, which i forgot to mention about until now but anyway on our first night in Toronto Sam sat in chewing and usually he would hand his jeans to his mum and they would come back looking brand new, pressed, clean and smelling fresh without a trace of wrigleys tutti fruiti on, in our case mum wasn't around so we had to work ...
... us were
rearing to walk around on an empty stomach. The places was called Les 3
Brassiers – The Three Brewers – and thus promised us more legal-drinking fun.
With the menu in french, our poor non-francophone ordered that which he
understood: a hamburger with the recommended beer. Tonight was also the night
we tried Montreal's signature dish: Poutine. This health-food consists of
french fries and cheese ...