During one of my routine internet patrols, I came across an unusual picture. I was on a quest to find the coolest bathroom in the world (don't ask me why) when stumbled upon a pretty sweet bathtub. I had heard of a room with a view but I never heard of a tub with a view. Now I am by no means a "bath guy", I can't help but feel like I'm just stewing in my own filth. But if I had a tub like this, I would definitely reconsider.
You'll feel like king as you wash your royal butthole while sitting on top of the world. Seriously, most people's rooftops don't have a view this good. I just hope the owner has even better view in their living because that would be kind of lame to give your friends a tour of your place only to end with: "Oh by the way, if you liked the view from the living room, just wait until you see the tub."
There's one problem though, this was found onGoogle image search and when you click to see the page it takes you to a website called earth66 where they list this as: Bathtub with a view of Montreal - March 15th 2015.
We're not even sure what part of the city this tub overlooks and that's why we need your help.
Can you help identify which part of Montreal this tub is overlooking? Or maybe you know exactly what building it's located in? Is this place even real? Any info would be appreciated. Shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Fresh off its run along the Lachine Canal in the Sud-Ouest, Les Guinguettes has opened to the public in Parc Jean-Drapeau, the park society announced via press release.
Described as "a venue you might find at a seaside resort," Les Guinguettes "[invites] citizens to take back the banks of the Saint Lawrence River" in a "colourful setting" that "includes dining tables, temporary swings, ping-pong tables, stages for hosting outdoor shows and a luminous decor which creates a fabulous evening ambiance."
The vegan restaurant Merci Tata is also popping back up, bringing its menu of tapas, burgers, waffles and cocktails by the pitcher to the island park.
Visitors can enjoy all this along with a view of the city.
"This outdoor refreshment area, which has been ingeniously set up, will enable visitors to unwind and relax for a few hours in a charming setting that affords a unique view of downtown Montreal," Société du parc Jean-Drapeau Director-General Isabelle Bonneau said in the press release.
Get the details below.
La Guingette du Parc
Cuisine: Cocktails, tapas, burgers and desserts
Address: Île Sainte-Hélène river shuttle dock zone
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