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  1. During the BB10 presentation, there was a moment with Alicia Keys and one of the picture was from Montreal
  2. Interesting video about the new London skyscrapers http://www.archdaily.com/770542/london-is-becoming-a-bad-version-of-dubai "London is on the verge of being ruined for all future generations," says Alain de Botton – a Swiss philosopher, notable author and founder of The School of Life and Living Architecture. "With a whopping 260 towers in the pipeline no area is safe, as planners, property developers and the mayor's office commit crimes against beauty to create fun buildings." In a film for The Guardian De Botton explains why he believes we're right to be nervous – and how we can stop this "clear desecration" of the UK's capital city. sent via Tapatalk
  3. Serious discussion only please state advantages and disadvantages to moving to either of the two cities listed. Please don't mention anything about Qc or French. Be respectful. Thank you. Vancouver: No winter Natural beauty Toronto: Winter is less harsh than here Cosmopolitan Leaning more towards Vancouver because winter is slowly killing me.
  4. Le patrimoine bâti résidentiel de Montréal n'a pas toujours droit au meilleur des traitements. Certains métiers dont on peut encore admirer les prouesses passées sont aujourd'hui presque oubliés, ce qui rend difficile la restauration. Mais qui veut peut. This beauty can be seen at 2197 Souvenir. I myself am dangerously close to pulling the trigger on a centennial in the area.
  5. I am living in a very crowded part of Europe , in the triangle Paris-London-Amsterdam so from time to time I'll go to this part of northern France where there is space and a lot of free nature to stroll through: Let me show you some pictures of Cote d'Opale: unspoiled beauty
  6. 8. Montréal Mélange of cultures marries brains and beauty Best for: Culture, events, value for money Having recently gained a high rank on city lists including the world’s happiest (Lonely Planet, 2010) and hippest (New York Times, 2011), this year Montréal’s angling for a top spot, showing off in Stephen Spielberg’s summer release Robopocalypse, and inviting everyone for drinks at the new urban beach. But Montréal’s got brains as well as beauty. Spring 2013 marks the launch of the new Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium, rounding out the ambitious ‘Space for Life’ project. And Montréal’s social calendar is also bubbling over with the unveiling of the Grévin wax museum at the Eaton Centre, the 50th-anniversary celebrations of the Place des Arts, and the new Point Zero hotel, owned by the eponymous fashion label. Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/themes/best-in-travel-2013/top-10-cities/#ixzz2AEqsnbIO