You can do anything you put your mind to
Yoga, learning new languages, travelling, cooking, dancing
2009 Answer: The list has officially gotten longer.
2005 Answer: London, New Orleans, Las Vegas, and of course Montreal.
Posted by travelover | 23rd February 2004
I walk into a dark and smoky pub, lift the hood of my plastic Bourbon St. poncho that just screams of tourist, and shake of the rain clinging to my scruffy classic Adidas. There is an eclectic mix of patrons, it being Mardi Gras and all, most of whic
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Montreal is my hometown and DEFINITE specialty. There's a lot to Montreal and I must say that I've experienced both the local and visitor attractions. I can also help anyone interested in Canada as I've seen a lot of it! I now live in Toronto (for the last 5 years) and did the whole tourist thing before I settled into the local scene. I also have some knowledge on small town Ontario (if anyone should be interested) as I spent the summer driving around small towns of Northern Ontario from the Manitoba border, along Lakes Superior and Huron up to the Quebec border.
I have visited many different corners of the US (almost entire eastern seaboard; road trip from Montreal to Louisiana with stops in Columbus and Nashville; spent a few days in LA and drove to Las Vegas).
I toured Armenia extensively in the summer of 2008, and am of Armenian descent.
Love this country! My knowledge is mostly based along the Pacific Coast.
I spent some time in Ethiopia in 2005. My family (although of Armenian ethnicity) is from Addis Ababa.
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