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    Kansas Frank
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    Question Four Hours to Decide whether to come to Montreal this weekend

    Hey Everyone:

    I'm tempting fate and throwing caution to the wind.

    I have four hours to decide whether to book a "vacation" to Montreal. If I pull the trigger, I'd be on the next plane to Montreal tomorrow (in a few hours).

    So, will I freeze by butt out there? Will there be a good selection of SF's for me to give myself a Holiday present?

    What say you? Pull the trigger. The Omni Hotel is looking good by the minute. Or Le Westin.

    Has anyone stayed at Le Nouvel Hotel is in downtown Montreal, a 10-minute walk from the Bell Centre and less than two miles from Old Montreal. Within one mile, guests arrive at McGill University. Free wifi in the rooms. (I've stayed at both Omini and Le Westin and loved them both.)


    Thanks for your encouragements.

    KG

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    Go go go! Go go go!

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    We are having a warm weekend actually. 8 degrees on Saturday. At least 20 degrees above the normal January temperatures. I've stayed at the OMNI but it's been a good 6-7 years. It was a great hotel. A weekend in Montreal beats a weekend in most every other city.

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    I can't agree more with you Max and CW! Thanks for the weather report Max. My iPhone said it's now raining in Montreal. I told Siri that I love her and it said it's only here to serve me. I then asked Siri if it was a man or a woman; it said neither! F@@king machine!

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    Frank, I would rather go to Montreal in the rain, snow, sleet, whatever, and take my chances on a limited choice of SPs than take the advice of some machine that has no idea which sex it is , or no idea what sex is. My iPhone says it's 37F, few clouds, 78% humidity, with 9.9 miles visibility.
    As long as it has been since you have been to Montreal, per your other posts, it's a no brainer. I'd be on the next plane.
    Can't help with any hotel, though.
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    Should be an easy choice. Guessing your bags are packed and you are on the way.

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    Go, go, go!

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    Probably in the plane at this hour...

    Today's the start of the Happening Gourmand in Montreal if you ever need foods between your hot & steamy sessions.
    You get to eat at some very good restaurents in the old port (near the hotels in general) for less than usual.
    http://www.happeninggourmand.com/

    And if you stay up to the 18th it's the start of the Salon de l'amour.... whaooooo !
    http://montreal.everythingtodowithsex.com/

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    Sadly, instead of ending up in Montreal, I ended up in the hospital with a severe head concussion and some injuries because the car I was driving hit black ice on my way to the airport and my Jeep ran straight into a huge tree. I was driving a bit too aggressively to get to the airport. I was just discharged from the hospital -- I had to be under constant care because of my head concussion; no light and not TV and no computer! Mostly drugged up!

    Good thing I had travel insurance. I should be able to get back to rigorous activities in two to six weeks.

    Thanks for your recommendations Gentle.

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    KF,

    That totally sucks! Concussed driving to the airport on the cusp of your trip. That is some bad luck. Oh well, with the travel insurance you can just rebook the trip some other time when you recover from your injuries.
    Last edited by EagerBeaver; 01-23-2013 at 04:47 PM.

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    Kansas Frank
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    Thanks EB. Yes, my insurance companies coming through for me was a life-saver! I'm lucky to be alive. (I'm not driving again with an erection!) The cute physical therapists helped boost my moreale a lot and I was so happy I was able to keep my Junior from releasing his loads

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    get well brother! that totally blows!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kansas Frank View Post
    Sadly, instead of ending up in Montreal, I ended up in the hospital with a severe head concussion and some injuries because the car I was driving hit black ice on my way to the airport and my Jeep ran straight into a huge tree.
    Tab.. hope you'll be ok !
    Take care man !

    Wish you a quick recover !


    If you still are coming in Montreal later on...here's a nice event to go to.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=welscqYg8g4

    http://www.montreal-nightclubs.com/e...s-des-congres/

    For even if you're not into Trance music, the majority of them beauties which will attend, will probably be on ecstacy or some.
    Never grope so many cute a** in one evening last Bal en Blanc I went to.
    Not to mention all the f*cking I've got in hotel Intercontinental afterward !

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