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    Nearly 2 years to the day

    Possibly planning a trip to Montreal late June/early July. Nearly 2 years to the day since my first ever trip there. Had a blast for 4 days, different escort every night. I've never been the same.

    Please, somebody talk me out of it. Or into it. I need to make up my mind!

    Besides the Jazz Festival, what else is going on in town between 6/29-7/3? Is this a good time for an erotic trip, hitting up the clubs and the escort scene? Seemed so last time...

    Thanks.

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    Hey CC..

    This link might help :

    http://english.montrealplus.ca/


    Best Regards

    Smuler
    Savoir Faire Is Everywhere !!!

    Trying one day to be " In the Know "

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    Besides the Jazz Festival, what else is going on in town between 6/29-7/3?
    • On June 30, Stevie Wonder will be giving a free outdoor concert at the Jazz Festival. You can read this post for more detail

    • On July first, its Canada day or some prefer "Canada`s birthday". It will have some celebration (parade, firework, ...) but don`t ask me what and where since much of French Canadian (including me) do not celebrate on that day.

    Is this a good time for an erotic trip, hitting up the clubs and the escort scene?
    It`s always a good time for that in Montreal

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    Also, at the Palais de Congres, from June 29-July 3, there will be the:

    World Federation of Interventional Therapeutic Neuroradiology

    That ALONE will be worth the trip.

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    Thanks, all. Great link Smuler.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iznogoud
    [*]On July first, its Canada day or some prefer "Canada's birthday". It will have some celebration (parade, firework, ...) but don't ask me what and where since much of French Canadian (including me) do not celebrate on that day.[/LIST]
    Well, at least francophones don't refer to Canada Day as "The Catastrophe".
    You are cordially invited to toss my salad. There's an app for that!

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    Wow. Interventional Therapeutic Neuroradiology just happens to be a huge fetish of mine. That seals the deal!

    Thanks, Bond! LOL!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by curiouscricket
    Wow. Interventional Therapeutic Neuroradiology just happens to be a huge fetish of mine. That seals the deal!

    Thanks, Bond! LOL!!!!!
    I wouldn't dream of missing it.

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    Actually there is always a great Canada Day celebration here in Montreal, with the highlight being the huge party in Old Montreal at the Old Port with live bands, some of which are French Canadian artists, ending in a large fireworks display.
    And the Lord said unto John, "Come forth and receive eternal life." But John came fifth and won a toaster.

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