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Numerology information Montreal:
Name Number: 8 Meaning: Outer, Body, Physical, Ambition, Power, Progress, Career, Success, Respect, Fame, Means, Karma
Definition funny of Montreal:
Montreal is a wonderful city full of action and a great history. Although Montreal's sucess is fairly recent, the city has been alive for hundreds of years. It's been THE place in Quebec everybody wants to visit. The action in Montreal is absolutely unbelievable. You could visit Montreal for a few days and feel like you've lived a totally different life while spending your time there. Probably the only city in the province of Quebec to hold as many subcultures and different lifestyles. The Arts and Media are highly developed there, too. Fashion and Art shows, great musicians, television shows, comedians. The Montreal Jazz Festival is probably the city's biggest event of all time. Every year, hundreds(if not thousands) of musicians from all over the world travel to perform, or to watch. It's not just Jazz music, it's always very diverse. I strongly recommand it. And as for the party times of Montreal, well, y'know the reputation. Sex drugs and rock n roll. Don't forget the clubs Goth, Metal, Punk, House and RnB, They have all the types of clubs. Drinking age : 18 Years People drink : In parks. Cops : Too drunk to notice.
Kid #1 : I just got back from Montreal! Kid #2 : No wonder your hair is now green
Where else in North America can you go gamble in a casino, drink liquor in a park, smoke spliffs on the street and see the hottest strippers in the world? Oh yeah - legal drinking age is 18!!!
You want to party - come to montreal.
A fine city with a rich and unique history, lovely parks, and a diverse population that is typically recognized for being little more than a great party town by unbelievably lame American jerkoffs who go there to get wasted and hit strip joints.
"I love Montreal! Supersexe is so cool and the Peel Pub is the best bar ev--ARRRGHHH!" (gets punched).
Please you ignorant buffoons, you wouldn't know a great city from your ass (I am of course talking mainly to Big K man, who i assume is not actually very big, if you know what i mean (wink wink), and Adam B). I don't know if i can capture the essence of Montreal quite as well as Kazzie but i will try. First of all let me point out to all those marjuana enthusiasts that although Montreal may have some of the "best weed" there is far more to this mammoth of a city then just that. Montreal is not only internationally renowned for remaining at the height of fashion, pop culture and social atmosphere but it is also one of the most, if not THE most ethnically and culturally diverse cities in north america. As a montrealer i pride myself on the fact that unlike the melting pot that is the US, Canada and specifically Montreal welcomes (and does not judge) all races, religions and cultures, all of whom have thriving communities in Montreal. Those "frenchies" as Adam B so eloquently put it are just part of the unbelievable atmosphere that the officially BILINGUAL city of Montreal has to offer. By the by, Montreal is also home to world renowned Mcgill Univeristy and of course to the greatest hockey team of all time...the MONTREAL CANADIENS! So don't judge a book by its cover and certainly don't judge Montreal by the opinions of "Big" K man and Adam B as scholarly and dignified a definition as they may have wrote.
Songs about Montreal:
What Good Is Love (Montreal Mix) by Colin Devlin from the Album The Artist Sampler - Mishara & More
Le Colporteur / 2ème Partie Du Lancier / Gigue Du Cordon / Gigue De Montréal (Live) by Celtic Fiddle Festival from the Album Live in Brittany
Body And Soul (Live From Montreal International Jazz Festival, Canada / 1990) by Charlie Haden & Jim Hall from the Album Charlie Haden - Jim Hall (Live From Montreal International Jazz Festival, Canada / 1990)
Always With Me, Always With You (Live In Montreal) by Joe Satriani from the Album Satchurated: Live In Montreal
Big Blues (Live From Montreal International Jazz Festival, Canada / 1990) by Charlie Haden & Jim Hall from the Album Charlie Haden - Jim Hall (Live From Montreal International Jazz Festival, Canada / 1990)
Skylark (Live From Montreal International Jazz Festival, Canada / 1990) by Charlie Haden & Jim Hall from the Album Charlie Haden - Jim Hall (Live From Montreal International Jazz Festival, Canada / 1990)
Down From Antigua (Live From Montreal International Jazz Festival, Canada / 1990) by Charlie Haden & Jim Hall from the Album Charlie Haden - Jim Hall (Live From Montreal International Jazz Festival, Canada / 1990)
Books about Montreal:
The Montreal Plateau: A traveler's guide to the essentials by Udey Johnson (Jul 22, 2014)
Montreal: The Unknown City (Unknown City: Montreal) by Kristian Gravenor and John David Gravenor (May 1, 2003)
The Montreal Canadiens: 100 Years of Glory by D'Arcy Jenish (Oct 20, 2009)
Montreal and Southwest Québec Rough Guides Snapshot Canada (includes Montebello, The Laurentians, the Eastern... by Rough Guides (Jul 11, 2013)
Fodor's Montreal & Quebec City 2014 (Full-color Travel Guide) by Fodor's (Feb 11, 2014)
Montreal Stories (Selected Stories) by Clark Blaise (Oct 15, 2003)
Montreal & Southern Quebec Travel Reference Map by ITMB Publishing LTD and Lan Joyce (Feb 28, 2013)
Movies about Montreal:
Queen - Rock Montreal 2010 NR - Runtime: 59 mins Starring: Queen Directed by: Eagle Rock
Montreal, Quebec, Canada - Bonjour, Montr? [HD] 2014 TV-G CC - Runtime: 27 mins Starring: Joseph Rosendo Directed by: Joseph Rosendo
Montreal 2008 NR CC - Runtime: 22 mins Directed by: RDA Productions
Destination Montreal 2009 NR CC - Runtime: 25 mins Directed by: Daval Productions
Culinary Travels Montreal-Diverse and Delicious 2011 NR CC - Runtime: 27 mins Directed by: Dave Eckert
Modern Times Wonders LE TOUR OLYMPIQUE Montreal/Canada 2009 NR CC - Runtime: 11 mins Directed by: TravelVideoStore.com
Let's Shop Montreal Canada 2009 NR CC - Runtime: 53 mins Directed by: Resource Media Inc
Wiki information Montreal:
Montreal is a city in the Canadian province of Quebec. It is the largest city in the province, the second-largest in Canada and the 9th-largest in North America. Originally called Ville-Marie, or "City of Mary", it is named after Mount Royal, the...
Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport or Montréal–Trudeau, formerly known as Montréal–Dorval International Airport/Aéroport international Montréal-Dorval, is a Canadian airport located on the Island of Montreal, 20 km from Montreal's...