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Things to Do in Montreal in Winter | janavar

Travel: Things to Do in Montreal in Winter

Montreal is one of my favorite cities. To me it is the perfect blend of Europe and America. The landscape is obviously Northern American, the city lies on an island at the confluence of the Saint Lawrence and Ottawa Rivers. You can find everything Northern American there, like the same retail and coffee chains. Everybody […]

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How I Come Through the Cold | janavar

How I Come Through the Cold

This week has been especially cold. Even here on the East Coast windchill temperatures reached a low of minus 25 °C. They made my car give up once more, i.e. the battery discharged again. I won’t even try to start it again before temperatures rise next week. And I know we are really lucky here. […]

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20 Reasons to Like Winter

Today we were allowed to leave work early. Normally, we work until 5 p.m. every Wednesday, but today the weather was horrible. First, there were several centimeters of snow; then in the afternoon it suddenly started pouring. Hooray for black ice! When I left the school building at 3 p.m., I first had to clear […]

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janavar.net | 15 Things I Look Forward to before 2017 Ends

15 Things I Look Forward to before 2017 Ends

There are eight weeks left of 2017. This is still almost a sixth of the whole year. I usually don’t believe that the year changes much within its last two months. So far 2017 feels to me like the year where so far I have had to adult most of all. I really hope that […]

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Winter in Boston 2017

Winter has arrived in Boston. Recently I was afraid this was never going to happen. We had warm 5 to 10 °C – which totally contradicted Canavar’s very thick winter coat. Then the West Coast got tons of snow last week; Istanbul did; Boston did not. But when I finished work on Friday, my smartphone […]

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