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Travel Blogs from Montreal
... an Australian (from Brisbane) who thought a fellow Australian should understand...it didn't help that he was flaunting a full deck of cigarettes whilst smoking a joint! It was the first time I'd used the "f" word since I left Australia (quite an achievement for me!) and off was my final word to this disgrace! To be honest though, there is not a hell of a lot to do in Montreal, beyond fashion shopping, and some sites are well out of the city and beyond a walk. I ...
... in total shock - that I am not able to read his notes on the far end side. I am sitting in the second row already and am too blind to see his handwriting?! Oh boy. Good luck in bigger classrooms, honey! You'll have fun, I think to myself with a slight trace of masochism.
My eyes are closing again and I am too tired to focus on the threads the prof is now declaring as 'being alive' and 'having been alive'...
... thing. A short walk to the other side of the park got us to the lake where lots of families were BBQing which always makes the stomach rumble.
We carried on into town to 'Frites Alors' for lunch. Poutine is apparently a favourite of the discerning French Canadian so it had to be tried. Fries covered in cheese curds and gravy. Heavy greasy and and not exactly tasty. I thought the French were masters of cuisine. Glad I had it but it will ...
... place for Jane and Chris but spill one on the way home..dooh. It didn’t really matter as both Chris and Jane (coffee aficionados) gave their seal of approval.
Today was Canada Day, the national day of Canada, celebrating the anniversary of the July 1, 1867, enactment of the British North America Act, 1867 (today called the Constitution Act, 1867), which united three colonies (Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and the Province of Canada) into a single ...
Because all the signs in the streets were written in French, I hesitated to speak English even at a TI office. Actually, I had heard that I might be hated by French Canadians. However, when I talked to the lady at the TI of the bus station, she kindly talked to me in English, so I was relieved. After arriving at my hostel for that night, I left my backpack and headed for Mont Royal.
The mountain was centrally located in the city and not far from my hostel. When I ...
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center