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Build a media empire with a single camera, a microphone and tons of accent.
Hi there Would you like to be received with a nice cup of tea and two amazing guests who will be really happy to give you some advice so you can get the best out of town like a real local? If you want to live Montreal walking distance from the most beautiful art galleries, bars and parks. Come and try our apartment for a night or a week. Yoann, writer and teacher and me Nicolas Journalist and entrepreneur would like to share our beautiful and huge apartment in the heart of the Plateau- Mount-Royal. We are located one street away from Park Lafontaine where there are shows next to the lake. We live really close to the metro stations Montroyal, Sherbrooke and Papineau as well as the Bixie ( Bike service) and all the line buses you can imagine. More important we are located and 2 blocks away from free outside pools. Our house is the perfect spot, our neighbour next door is a 100 dollars and more a night loft but we don't do this for the money but to show people Montreal, the city that we love so much!
The room is big enough for two people and it has all the amenities, Queen size bed, high speed internet and access to all the common areas of the apartment, kitchen and living room.
So come and have a tea with us to start your day, we love seeing peoples faces at night when they tell us their stories.
See you, here soon.
Nicolas and Yoann!
Nothing is impossible, unless you want to be a ballerina and you happen to be Jean-Dominique Bauby... :)
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I host tourist, friends and people from all over the world using other web based services. It really opens up the soul to hear from people some other way I would have never got a chance to have a breakfast with.
The 4 Month travel to Quebec became suddenly a 6 years trip that ended up making me a Montrealer for as long as the city has a place for my afrito, my cameras and my storytelling.
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Built a webpage using a sledgehammer.