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  1. I just noticed that Westjet doesn't fly to Newark or LGA or JFK. Yet they fly to other parts of the US and the Caribbean. I find that weird. Anyways I saw this ad for Porter. Montreal to NY via Toronto, round trip is like $340 (with taxes and fees). Yet with Air Canada its like $540 (with taxes and fees) but thing is its direct. I wonder if Westjet will ever offer flights to Newark. Anyways, has anyone ever tried Porter?
  2. `We are happy to return to Newark because it is an important connection to the Polish community... says Rafał Milczarski, (LOT’s CEO) Soon LOT is going to announce more new destinations... “As new long-distance flights are launched, the number of short-distance flights, especially from the Central and Eastern Europe, is going to go up as well. The company estimates that in 2020 it will operate a total of approximately 70 aircraft, including 16 Dreamliners … We also expect the delivery of two new Boeing 787 Dreamliners. The above are selected excerpts from the LOT`s CEO speech announcing the new Newark flight. He implies strongly that there will be additional long-distance launches. It is also clear that they are rapidly increasing their number of Dreamliners. Does this mean that YUL is still on their list for the near future?
  3. Voici mes photos préférés de mon voyage aux É-U cet été. J'ai voyagé plus de 300 heures sur des autobus Greyhound à faire le tour du pays! Voici le "best of"... NEW YORK CITY, NY NEWARK, NJ CLEVELAND, OH
  4. Le 22 octobre 2009 Les bâtiments les plus laids du monde Les créations architecturales ne font pas toujours l'unanimité, et la Tour Eiffel, en son temps, fut rejetée par de nombreux Parisiens. Parfois, le public a raison, a décrété le magazine Travel & Leisure, qui a élaboré la liste des bâtiments les plus laids du monde. Quatre continents et toutes sortes de bâtiments publics sont représentés dans le classement. On y trouve des hôtels, des bibliothèques, des cathédrales et des salles de concert. Tous les lecteurs du magazine ne sont pas d'accord, comme Charliegeo qui commente: «Tous ces bâtiments sont géniaux. Si j'avais été en vacances dans n'importe laquelle de ces localités, ce sont des bâtiments que j'aurais pris en photo. Je suppose que je suis simplement quelqu'un qui apprécie la création qui sort des sentiers battus.» Voici le palmarès des bâtiments les plus laids du monde, selon Travel & Leisure: ---------------------------------------------------------- The Ryugyong Hotel, Pyongyang, North Korea (2010) Secret Intelligence Service (SIS) Building, London, UK (1995) Harold Washington Library, Chicago, USA (1991) The Obelisk, Puerto Maldonado, Peru Longaberger Home Office, Newark, OH, USA Portland Building, Portland, USA (1982) The Fang Yuan Building, Shenyang, China (2001) Bolwoningen Houses, Hertogenbosch, Netherlands (1970s) National Library, Minsk, Belarus (2006) “The UFO House,” Sanjhih, Taiwan (1970s) The Ideal Palace, Hauterives, France (1800s) Metropolitan Cathedral, Liverpool, England (1967) The Experience Music Project, Seattle, USA (2000)
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