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Is anyone interested in a meetup in Canada? I would like to organize it, somewhere on the south. I'll be waiting for your comments

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Is anyone interested in a meetup in Canada? I would like to organize it, somewhere on the south. I'll be waiting for your comments
Good luck!

I think you may be the only Canadians on here as this is mainly a UK/European forum.

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As much as I love Canada and Canadians I think the North Atlantic would be a ferry too far!
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Is anyone interested in a meetup in Canada? I would like to organize it, somewhere on the south. I'll be waiting for your comments
Does Canada have a 'South'? I thought it had North, Further North and Extreme North. I can understand the snowbirds in Florida and Carribean

I too like Canadians, mainly because they are not UnitedStatesians and know where the world is. I also like Vancouver and Montreal - used to organise my visits to our 8 N. American offices to end up in Toronto and then Montreal - for good cuisine, after enduring Surf n' Turf-type restaurants in US. Also the 'Cheesegrater' was one of my favourite hotels in the world - French Class with a bit of N. American relaxed thrown in.

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Something else in common Geoff, as a young seaman one trip finished in Montreal but the Olympic games were on and flights to Uk were all booked up so we were put up in a little 'French ' hotel for nearly two weeks . The food was amazing to me ( raised on spuds in Ireland) - however it was the first and last time I ever tried snails.
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Of course there is a south, Canada might be short on history but is certainly long on geography

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