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Metro looks at Côte-des-Neiges contrasting its various features. I can’t agree that the Orange Julep is an atrocity, though.
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There is absolutely no signage indicating how to get on that garden roof, and as the gallery is closed during the lunch hour, most people in Cote des Neiges never get a chance to have a look in. How’s that for public service…
(and thank you for letting us know how to get up there – mystery solved! i always assumed it was closed to the public)
What I like about Orange Julep is that the orange drink dispensers are all connected to a network of pipes which (from memory) appear to be coming from the ceiling of the kitchen, supporting the belief that the big orange sphere is actually a huge tank full of delicious (and surely healthy) juice!
I also don’t think it’s an atrocity. It’s part of Montréal culture. Just a few days ago, I took a friend to the big parking lot at the top of the Oratoire from where you could see it clearly!
Wasn’t there a movie made where you see the big orange sphere rolling down Decarie?
Clément, I think you must have dreamed that, I don’t remember hearing about it.
I wonder what a shrink would say: “Yes doctor, I have dreams of large orange balls rolling down an urban thoroughfare. What does it mean?”
I believe Clément is thinking of the opening sequence of last year’s Bye Bye: http://youtu.be/3ftkywoFo-s?t=1m4s. It is very well done.
That looks like what he describes!
@SMD: Thanks a lot. That’s exactly what I was thinking about!
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