You never want to get shot in Montreal.
Okay wait. We know that came out the wrong way.
Let’s try again, only next time in question form.
When is the ONLY time that you want to get shot in Montreal?
Three guesses max.
Please don’t peek.
When you are a major block buster film in pre-production. Let’s face it, like its women, Montreal is one artful and gorgeous city.
One film that loved getting shot in Montreal was Short Code.
Source Code is a 2011 American-French science fiction thriller film directed by Duncan Jones, produced by Mark Gordon, Jordan Wynn, and Philippe Rousselet, and written by Ben Ripley. It stars Jake Gyllenhaal as a U.S. Army captain who is sent into a computed reality to find a bomber; additionally starring Michelle Monaghan, Vera Farmiga, and Jeffrey Wright. The film had its world premiere on March 11, 2011 at South by Southwest, and was released by Summit Entertainment on April 1, 2011 in North America and Europe.
The film received acclaim from critics upon its release and became a box office success, grossing over $147.3 million worldwide.
It is therefore very appropriate that Source Code was primarily shot in Montreal because if there is ever a city that can make you forget your questionable past, love your present and look forward to the future, it’s glorious Montreal.
We bring up this subject because the only thing more exciting than getting shot (by camera) in Montreal is having a life altering session with some of the gorgeous girls of Eastern Canada.
Is that on your to do or bucket list?
It should be. After meeting some of the sensuous session maidens in this part of the world, your to do list will grow.
How do you say delicious, mouth-watering and spectacular in French?
Cathy sure fits the bill, doesn’t she?
Cathy is a new female wrestler in Montreal who wrestles men. Our beauty is also a Fitness Instructor. No wonder that body is so compelling. Wouldn’t you agree?
You can email Cathy at email@example.com
Her bio shows that she is a Fighting Girls Associate. They are a Canadian group that has been providing our industry with some great matches for quite some time.
Let’s have a meet and greet.
In a very friendly French Canadian dialect they smile at fightingirls.com, “Productions Video F.P. is a Montreal (Canada) based company which is specialized in feminine wrestling since 1999. We have been offering female wrestling fights in a real ring environment with girls coming from Canada, United States, Italy, Russia, Dominican Rebublic, Haiti and more…”
Some of our most famous wrestlers are: Pamela ”Black Tiger”, V the Cheerleader, A-Low Cat (Professional wrestler & Choreographer), Myleena, Naja and this is just to name a few!
Please check our Official Facebook Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/fightingirls/
And our Facebook Page http://www.facebook.com/fightingirls
Very good to know. We have our bucket list pencil out.
They really have a nice group don’t they? Some photos of these sexy warriors are in order.
Here is gorgeous V-The Cheerleader.
Keep cheering please.
Beautiful in the winter and summer is, drum roll please……Winter.
Doesn’t Winter give you a warm feeling?
We also love Naja’s look and we think that you will too.
We’ve have seen this sensuous tigress wrestle several times over the years. If you are a longtime fan, you have probably seen her too. Pamela is her name. Wow. Yummy. Sexy. Makes you want to get completely dominated.
Time to listen in.
“Pamela is a beauty from Haïti, very strong for her size and when she puts her powerful thighs around your ribs for a body scissor you have no choice to submit. I was a bit surprised because she was the only one who was able to submit me with a body scissor among all the females wrestlers I have met in Montreal so far.
Besides her powerful body scissor she can submit you with many others wrestling holds. For those who really want a competitive match with a real solid and tough girl Pamela is the one I recommend. She is also a nice person to meet and she could also accommodate you if you prefer a semi competitive match or whatever.”
So as a reminder. If you want to have a great session in Montreal, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org
Wait. Someone is whispering in our ears.
Toronto? Yes we know that is in Eastern Canada. Great city. Oh, travel there too? Okay. Good idea. Next story for sure. Since we’ve been on the subject, let’s travel to Montreal first.
The 2014 estimate of the population of the metropolitan area of Montreal is 4.1 million. French is the city’s official language and is the language spoken at home by 56.9% of the population of the city, followed by English at 18.6% and 19.8% other languages (in the 2006 census).
Montréal is the largest city in Canada’s Québec province. It’s set on an island in the Saint Lawrence River and named after Mt. Royal, the triple-peaked hill at its heart.
The stellar travel site lonelyplanet.com has been, seen and dined in Montreal. They are always so willing to share. “Montréal is a slice of old Europe in a pie of contemporary design. A day’s wander might take in the photogenic 18th-century facades of Old Montréal before a cycling tour of the lovely Canal de Lachine, or a wander through the glittering shops and restaurants of downtown before ending at the inviting terraced cafes of Plateau Mont-Royal. The architectural sweep of the city takes in a wealth of heritage churches such as the breathtaking Basilique Notre-Dame, as well as 20th-century icons like the Stade Olympique and Habitat 67. Montréal’s hotels and museums additionally push the edges of contemporary interior design.”
Hmm, that was divine.
Time to dine.
They continue, “Blessed with one of the most exciting food scenes in North America, Montréal brims with temples dedicated to Kamouraska lamb, Arctic char and, of course, poutine (fries smothered in cheese curds and gravy). You’ll find irresistible patisseries, English pubs, 80-plus-year-old Jewish delis and magnificent food markets reminiscent of Paris. There are hipster bars with tiny bowling alleys and innumerable cafes in which to while away a lazy afternoon. And there are late-night eateries where you can linger over wondrous combinations of food and drink that you’ll find nowhere else on earth.”
That was a nice comprehensive view. Always consistent, the New York Times, they begin to pin point.
At nytimes.com they entice, “In Montreal, it can sometimes seem that the dining scene is all about animal products: the smoked meat sandwich at Schwartz’s, and the Melting Pot of meat at Au Pied de Cochon, not to mention its entire foie gras menu section. There’s even a popular (and very good) restaurant called Joe Beef.”
Okay, let’s visit Swartz. You’ll be in good company. The global singing sensation Celine Dion loves it there.
The super fun site thrillist.com has hung out there too. “Schwartz’s might be Montreal’s most famous export, followed closely by its smoked-meat-loving co-owner, Celine Dion — and it routinely turns traveling Americans into border smugglers.”
The Huffington Post is always in on everything hip. They love Celine also and provide us with more on August 25, 2016. “Between working on her new album, performing at her Vegas residency and summer tour, not to mention launching a new fashion line, it’s safe to say Céline Dion is keeping herself busy. But even the busiest people need to stop and enjoy lunch.
On Tuesday, the Grammy-winning singer appeared at Montreal’s famous Schwartz’s treating diners to a free lunch in honor of her late husband and former Schwartz’s co-owner René Angélil.”
We want to know more about Swartz, don’t you?
Schwartz’s, also known as the Montreal Hebrew Delicatessen, is a delicatessen restaurant and take-out, located at 3895 Saint-Laurent Boulevard in Montreal, Quebec. It was established in 1928 by Reuben Schwartz, a Jewish immigrant from Romania.
The staff of Schwartz’s credits the unique flavor of their smoked meat to their mandatory 10-day meat curing time, the high turnover of their meat, and their brick smoke-house covered with over 80 years-worth of buildup.
We scratched the surface since there is so much to do and see in incredible Montreal.
We scanned high and low to find the beautiful Session Girls who further make Montreal come alive, and while we would love to get shot there (by camera only), this Eastern Canadian Jewel……
Is to die for.
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