Hey Lovelies! Visiting Montreal went by too fast, and Im actually missing this city! When we had landed in Pierre Trudeau Airport and began our journey to our hotel I actually found Montreal to be an ugly place. I saw a lot of industrial sights, and massive concrete overpasses that marred the landscape. However, my first impressions changed once we ended up in the area of Sherbrooke street where our Hotel was situated. (I think this is considered the business section of town) and it’s a perfect place to be if you enjoy walking, and exploring the city on foot. This area is nearby to McGill University, and not too far away from Notre Dame Cathedral, as well as places to sit down and eat along the way. Enjoy!
Privet Matryoshka’s, I’m in the mood to write about something that will delight your imaginations and coax visions of the style of the sea!! I’ve always loved being close to the water, it’s a different atmosphere laden with nostalgia, and sights of individuals finding moments such as this to be an opportunity to bring out their nautical attire, barely there bikini’s, and of course there is that vast blue, an ocean, or the sea that continues on endlessly. Yalta is a place that fits the above description; Yalta’s located in the Crimean Peninsula (Southern shore), nestled by the Black Sea. Individuals who visit are enticed by the intoxicating aroma that lingers in the air- a blend of the Black Sea mixed with the scent of cypresses and magnolias from the nearby mountain ranges. Paradise? Da!