Montreal

Montreal

Montreal

Montreal

Montreal

Hello from Montreal – A Gourmet Dinner at Nuances Restaurant, Followed by Amazing FireworksMy personalized tour of the Casino de Montreal, started with a visit to the brasserie, Nuances. My friend Leslie and I had a fantastic 2 hours and ended up picking up a few souvenirs to bring home with us. As a local of Montreal, I had never been to the Casino de Montreal, and my initial thoughts about the experience were not very positive. However, once I arrived at Nuances, my mood lightened up considerably. สล็อตเว็บตรง I had a chance to spend about an hour withPhilippe, the owner, andaround 10:30 he sat down and greeted me, andentertained me about the evening’s plans. As he is originally from Quebec, he absolutely understands the importance of cultural diversity, and he and his staff strive toinform customers and create a positive atmosphere in all spheres of the Casino’s operations. érime explained that the name of the Casino comes from the word certainty, and that it pays respect to the oldest traditions of gaming in Montreal. About 100 years ago, a Czechoslovakian casino designer came to Montreal, sponsored by theOntario Lodging Insurance Company, to design a casino that would be superior and more modern than any other existing casino in the world. Just because the design was revolutionary and breathtaking, it was notDespite the best efforts of architects, tastes and preferences of customers did not always meet the design of the Casinos. The leads were filled by ambitious hotel investors, the hopes of entrepreneurs,the dreams of artists and the emperor.One of the investors had a vision of creating a full scale TitanicDraper. Not to build the casino, but to build the remembered Titanic. The investors believed that this would be a much more successfulpart of their gambling empire than a typical Casino, andwith the costs of 5 star hotels and resorts, were they right in a way? A 25 year break from Toronto, 4 years in Europe, 2 years in Latin America, combined with a trip to China and a position of some sort of daytime presence in Buenos Aires, the gamble was worth it. Dionisio walked through the doors of Nuances on a Saturday morning, and slate rain fell during his much anticipated performance. Fans were lining the robocoallardoor, and Montreal’s sports teams filled the casino floor. There was an excellent lightweight bass performance, impressive staging and one of the best productions of “Tu Plaques” ever seen at the Casino. Everyone was very friendly and the stores and booths looked like those of a sudden after-Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead). Well, the performance was certainly terrific, but the really great booths were those of the Mexicanemaker: a full and fascinating display of artifacts, including a full-length reproduction of the artist’s own workshop, telling the fascinating story of his life and times. His works are arranged in chronological order, starting at the back and proceeding in a random order. He explained that the materials used were mostly from his personal collection and down the hall were similar to those used in the historic Plaza Central Park in Mexico City. One booth catch up in this area was the eyeball size artwork of Diego Rivera. I had a chance to walk though the courtyard, sitting at a table outside the haunted house with a colleague, looking at the bronze floodlighting Casals and talking about Mexican art and culture. I took a couple of pictures, but whole-heartedly decided not to venture inside. Instead, I wandered, hoping I wouldn’t run into any ghosts, and found a gaggle of 3 raven-hairedstairs indigenous I had to pluck out of the ornate ceilings, looking for a place to sit. We took a couple of pictures together, looking up at the multi-tiered tower and almost comatose cat, neither of which would move or turn to look at us. The place was just out of sheer craziness, its occupants probably less attached to cameras and the cult of personality that has developed around the casinos in Nuevo Vallarta. When I decided I had had enough, and really enjoyed the peace and quite surroundings, I made my way back to the boat and the marina where I had a chance to experience sailing in an inflatable dinghy (the “baja boat” that caters to tourists). There I had a refreshing beer, and Sam, my local Argentine friend, took me on an island tour of the island of La Plata, Licente Novo, and then landed me an interview with a volcanic crater: Concerted effects of an extinct volcano and the broken rocks it left in its wake, were my own test of Eva Peron.
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