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  1. Mon premier tour d'hélicoptère... malheureusement il y avait beaucoup de smog/humidité et ça rendais la prise de photo pénible... sans compter l'espace très restreint pour manœuvrer une grosse Canon 5D MK3. Certaines photos donnent l'impression d'une aquarelle à cause de la pollution. On a aussi eus une permission spéciale de faire un 360 autour du centre ville, le pilote l'as demandé puisqu'il voyait que je prenais des photos :-) Je vais sûrement refaire le tour une journée moins humide pour avoir de meilleures photos. Here's my helicopter by Malek Racho, on Flickr Mont
  2. (Courtesy of The Real Estalker) :eek: True this is nothing compared to the Desmarais estate in the middle of no where of Quebec.
  3. Le commissaire extraordinaire d'Alitalia Augusto Fantozzi va lancer lundi un appel d'offres en vue d'une vente de la compagnie aérienne italienne au bord de la faillite après l'échec du plan de reprise d'un pool d'investisseurs italiens, a rapporté dimanche l'agence Ansa. Pour en lire plus...
  4. Montreal hotels offer escape from tourists Graeme Hamilton, National Post MONTREAL - At street level, there is an old-world charm to parts of this city, where horse-drawn caleches roll over cobblestone streets, passing buildings dating from the French regime. But then again, the smell of horse urine can get a little pungent on a steaming-hot day, the cobblestones can do a number on your ankle if you're not careful, and for every building of historic interest there's another housing a tacky souvenir shop. Montreal's year-round inhabitants have discovered a new escape route from
  5. Luckily the fire department only a few blocks away and we ended up changing the fire extinguishers a few weeks back. This is something you don't want to wake up to at 1 something in the morning. I can't wait to hear how this electrical fire started. One thing, at least we don't use chlorine in the pool. If there was some of that laying around, it probably would have been worse. Plus its a small building, only 5 of the 13 units were supposedly occupied
  6. http://montrealgazette.com/news/local-news/montreal-working-group-formed-to-improve-citys-business-outlook Montreal has considerable assets when we think of our quality of life, of our spot as the second largest pool of higher-education students in North America and certainly when we think of how safe it is…” Hubert said. There should be a working group that looks at how to retain students. It's all about retention. Students come here from abroad, live for cheap, party hard and then leave. Aside from high taxes, this should be highest priority.
  7. Five-stars for Foster design Luxury Heathrow hotel given Mayoral seal of approval Foster + Partners’ design for a new five-star hotel on Bath Road, close to Heathrow Airport has been approved by the Mayor of London. The only five-star hotel in the area, it will offer a range of services, including the most extensive conference facilities of any London hotel, to serve the local community and businesses, as well as passengers using Heathrow. The hotel, developed by Riva Properties is characterised by a distinctive layered glass shell, which floods the public spaces with day
  8. Nicest places to live in Montreal. Right next door to Hotel St. James (275 SQ. JACQUES OUEST PH.701) 1 Bedroom 2 Bathrooms 7272 SQ.FT ($3.9 million, down from $4.5 million) --- Le Phenix (It was used for a music video) **USE to have an awesome view of the city, now Quebecor new tour upstructs the view** 3 Bedroom 3.5 Bathrooms 3600 SQ.FT Indoor Pool Indoor Parking ($2.413 million USD) --- I'll post some more. Post some if you like.
  9. Leeser Architecture wins competition to design 5 star hotel in Abu Dhabi The Middle East is ushering in some of the most provocative architecture being produced today. And Helix, a bold new hotel won in competition by Lesser Architecture, is no exception. The project which gets its name from its staggered floor plates resulting in an iconic spiraling form, will rest in the Zayed Bay next to Zaha Hadid’s Sheid Zayed Bridge, which is currently under construction. With Helix, Lesser Architecture has devised a new way to consider hotel culture in the Emirates, highlighting elemen
  10. Avis aux gens de Longueuil, Saint-Hubert, n'importe qui en réalité : Le Dooly's Longueuil - chemin de chambly pas loin de l'aéroport Saint-Hubert, en face du "Bunker" (Projet Les Fontaines - 7É) Entièrement renové de A à Z cet hiver. J'allais là tout le temps avant mais j'ai arrêté depuis un bout et là tantôt j'ai été... wow. Quelle transformation. J'ai pris quelques photos; je vais les poster bientôt. L'éclairage, le bar, les tables, les bancs, des TVs au bouts des bancs, des écrans partout, des tables de pool, de la bonne musique, et bien sur les serveuses obligatoirement en mini
  11. Infinity pool 55 storeys up. EAT your heart out Article Someone please pitch this to the City of Montreal to allow developers to build to the sky is the limit or at least turn the tower at the olympic stadium into a huge water slide lol
  12. Westmount needs you! With this mailing, we are appealing to your civic duty. We need your input on the most important project the City of Westmount has put forward in its long history: the rebuilding of the Westmount arena and pool. Council would like to proceed with this project, but only if a majority of taxpayers is behind it. It is your money, after all, that will help pay for it. I shall not pretend that the history of this rebuilding project so far has been a smooth one. Mind you, nor was the struggle to restore and expand the Westmount Library in the 1990s, but it was a project mos
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